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If you can uphold the extremely high service standards we expect for our customers, then we’d like to talk with you. The first step is to apply through our online form on our Contact Us page. Be sure to select “Vendor Inquiries” from the drop down list to provide some carrier-specific information.
Americold’s network is continually growing – for the latest information on our network size, please check our facilities page here.
We would be very happy to consider your application again. To show your interest in a specific role and make sure your profile is considered, submit a separate application for each role you are interested in via our Employment Opportunities.
If you have applied for a job at Americold via our Job Section, you will receive an automated e-mail response confirming receipt of your application. Note that our goal is to keep valued candidates like you informed of your status throughout the recruitment process. However, due to the large volume of applications we receive, we are unable to personally respond to each one every time. If you meet the job profile requirements, you will be contacted directly by a recruiter for an interview.
You can always track the status of your application online independently by logging in to your account on our website.
To ensure fairness and legal compliance in our recruitment process, we only accept CV/resumes that are sent when applying to a specific position on our Careers section. We do not review or respond to unsolicited resume submission via email.
To ensure your application reaches the right person, it has to be linked to a specific job opening via our Job Search section. Therefore, it’s best to apply to a specific role with your CV/resume. A recruiter will then contact you if your profile is assessed as a potential fit for this role.
All job openings open at Americold are listed in the Careers section of the website. Candidates have the option of refining their search based on job function, location, or keywords.
Warehouse Management Systems manage common operations such as inventory control, customer orders, and auditing whereas Warehouse Execution Systems are typical in facilities with moderate-to-heavy levels of automation. The WES generally interfaces with the WMS to organize and optimize the flow of work required to assemble and ship orders. In addition, the WES interfaces with the automation controls to execute the work – it’s the WES that controls the robots!
Americold strives to deploy only the most appropriate types and amounts of automation given the circumstances – we don’t automate for automation’s sake. Because of this philosophy, we have a number of different technologies in use today and in our plans for the future. Semi-automated systems, such as pallet shuttles operating in deep storage racking and forklift-attached layer pickers, are used in addition to highly automated systems such as pallet load Automatic Storage and Retrieval Systems, robotic layer pickers, pallet mono-rails, and case buffer/sequencing technologies with robotic palletization. All are designed to the specifications we require and, of course, to operate in our temperature-controlled environments.