Making Carter a Lifelong Career
Marsha Case has been working for Carter Intralogistics for 22 years. She has decided to make Carter her lifelong career.
“There is opportunity for growth here. I’ve done it. I’ve seen people doing it,” Case said.
Case started at a fabrication company where she worked through the ranks from Shipping and Receiving to Assembly to Purchasing, before accepting a role with Carter in 1999.
“It’s been a lot of changes over the years, but good changes. The way we’ve done things, the technology, it’s just growing. It’s been good.”
Case now works as our Project Coordination Manager in Frederick. She plays a big role in shipping and receiving, shop operations, purchasing, travelers, freight, manuals, and other aspects.
Case says when people only work for a company for three to five years, they miss out on forming special relationships with their colleagues. After working with some of the same people for over 20 years, Case says she refers to many of her coworkers as family.
“I met my husband [while working for Carter]. I got married [while working for Carter]. Unfortunately, my husband passed away, so [my colleagues] are here for the ride.”
With many new initiatives in the works for Carter Intralogistics, Case says she is looking forward to the company’s future.
“Over the last year, we have really grown. There are a lot of new faces here. It’s exciting to see where we go next.”
When it comes to those considering a career with Carter Intralogistics, Case says Carter has the potential to be a lifelong career.
“…I’ve done it. For the ones coming out of college, there is opportunity for growth here. I’ve done it. I’ve seen people doing it. It doesn’t matter who you are, the growth opportunities are definitely here.”
To learn more about our available roles and how Carter could become your lifelong career, head to www.carterIntralogistics.com/careers.