Our Services

DRIVERS/HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

We provide skilled drivers who are experienced in driving any types of heavy duty vehicles. Our professionally trained drivers will make a significant difference to your bottom-line as they are aware of how good driving leads to be safe first and benefit your business.

We take pride in safe roads and only offer the mosted trusted and capable manpower for all driving assignments.

The main types of drivers including:

1.LIGHT TRUCK 10.SCRAPER OPERATORS
2.HEAVY TRUCK DRIVERS 11.DOZER OPERATORS
3.TRAILER DRIVERS 12.JCB/GRADER OPERATORS
4. FORK-LIFT OPERATORS 13.CONCRETE PUMP OPERATORS
5.ROLLER OPERATORS 14.MECHANIC HELPERS
6.EXCAVATOR OPERATORS 15.DIESEL ENGINE MECHANICS
7.CRANE OPERATORS 16.HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS
8.SHOVEL OPERATORS 17.HEAVY EQUIPMENT FOREMEN
9.TOWER CRANE OPERATORS 18.DUMP OPERATORS

CLIENTS OF GV MANPOWER

OR NAME OF COMPANY COUNTRIES

 1

ABDULLAH A AL BARRAK AND SONS CO KSA

 2

GAC SAUDI ARABIA KSA
 3 AL JERI TRANSPORTATION COMPANY KSA
 4 AL MESBAH TRANSPORT BY HEAVY TRUCKS UAE
 5 HARJAS TRANSPORT BY HEAVY TRUCKS (L L C) UAE
 6 SWAIHAN GENERAL TRANSPORT UAE
  1. A Sense of Responsibility: A truck driver should have a good sense of responsibility and adhere to safety requirements when driving, be courteous to clients, and treat goods with care.
  2. Alertnes: A truck driver must be alert at all times and able to be responsive to the road and driving conditions. They must ensure they are well-rested and able to handle the task at hand.
  3. An Ability to Work Independently: A truck driver often spends long stretches of time driving alone and therefore must be able to handle being alone and having sole responsibility for the truck and the goods it transports.
  4. An Impeccable Driving Record: A truck driver must have an excellent driving record to provide the trucking company assurances of safety for all drivers, vehicles, and freight. Good drivers are also cheaper to insure and keep costs of vehicle operation down.
  5. Customer Service Skills: A truck driver must have excellent customer service skills when dealing with clients who are either shipping or receiving freight carried in the truck.
  6. Knowledge of Truck Mechanics: A truck driver should have basic knowledge of how a truck operates and be able to perform repairs as necessary, such as changing a tire.
  7. Maintenance Skills: A truck driver should be able to perform maintenance tasks that help ensure the truck meets compliance and other safety standards.
  8. Physical Stamina: A truck driver should have good physical stamina for the loading and unloading of freight as well as for the long drives a trip involves.
  9. Stress Management Skills: A truck driver should be able to easily manage stress, as the occupation is one that can be highly stressful for drivers. They should understand the burden a truck driving career can extend to a family, as well as the physical taxation it involves.
  10. Timeliness: A truck driver should ensure they consistently make all pick-ups and deliveries on-time.

Determines load weights and checks them against lifting capacities to prevent overload.Moves levers, depresses foot pedals, or turns dials to operate cranes, cherry pickers, electromagnets, or other moving equipment for lifting, moving, or placing loads.

Inspects and adjusts crane mechanisms or lifting accessories to prevent malfunctions or damage.

Inspects cables or grappling devices for wear and installs or replaces cables, as needed.

Directs helpers engaged in placing blocking or out rigging under cranes.

Cleans, lubricates, and maintains mechanisms such as cables, pulleys, or grappling devices, making repairs as necessary.

Loads or unloads bundles from trucks or moves containers to storage bins, using moving equipment.

Reviews daily work or delivery schedules to determine orders, sequences of deliveries, or special loading instructions.

Inspects bundle packaging for conformance to regulations or customer requirements and removes and batches packaging tickets.

Directs truck drivers backing vehicles into loading bays and covers, uncovers, or secures loads for delivery.

Operates machines to spread, smooth, level, or steel-reinforce stone, concrete, or asphalt on road beds.

Observes distribution of paving material to adjust machine settings or material flow, and indicates low spots for workers to add material.

Controls traffic.

Lights burners or starts heating units of machines, and regulates screed temperatures and asphalt flow rates.

Inspects, cleans, maintains, and repairs equipment, using mechanics’ hand tools, or reports malfunctions to supervisors.

Operates tamping machines or manually rolls surfaces to compact earth fills, foundation forms, and finished road materials, according to grade specifications.

Starts machine, engages clutch, and pushes and moves levers to guide machine along forms or guidelines and to control the operation of machine attachments.

Fills the tank, hopper, or machine with paving materials.

Sets up and tears down equipment.

Coordinates truck dumping.

The Forklift Operator is responsible for operating a forklift to move,  locate,  relocate, stack, and  count merchandise. The Operator is accountable for the safe and  efficient operation of the vehicle and  may also
be required to perform Order  Filler and  Checker  duties.

 

 

 

  • Receiving/Put-Away: Unload inbound shipments safely and  move  product to storage locations. Efficiently stack and  store the merchandise in the appropriate areas.
  • Quality: Ensure inbound and outbound shipments are accurate and  free of damage. Report quality variances.
  • Order Picking: Pull and  prepare product for shipment, ensuring that  the exact  number and  type  of product is loaded and  Perform picking duties  in an efficient manner that  meets customer service standards.
  • Loading: Efficiently move product from staging and/or storage areas into rail cars or trailers.
  • Equipment: Load, unload, move, stack, and  stage  product and  materials  using a forklift, clamp  truck, or other  power  Use radio frequency equipment for picking,  receiving,  putaway, and  load functions, as required. Maintain  the facility’s equipment and  materials  in a neat, clean,  and  orderly fashion.  On a daily basis, inspect and  perform minor  maintenance on the forklift or other  equipment. Operate all equipment in a safe and  efficient manner following prescribed work methods.
  • Inventory: Keep appropriate records and  reports to guarantee that  tight  inventory control and  security are maintained. Assist in physical inventories. Ensure proper stock rotation.
  • Safety, Sanitation, Security: Maintain a clean,  neat, and  orderly work area.  Assist in maintaining the security of the warehouse. Conduct operations in a manner that  promotes safety. Comply  with OSHA and  MSDS Standards.
  • Maintenance: Perform or assist in building, grounds, and equipment maintenance as required.