|[AMRadio] UPS Shipping|
bjtatum at ev1.net
Sat Jul 29 15:51:55 EDT 2006
I was inside a UPS terminal one time and I observed a long set of
rollers running down center of building, about 3 feet off of floor. There
were back-in bays on each side of this roller assembly.The smaller trucks
would back in and take on packages from the roller. A tractor-trailer truck
backed in to bay at end of roller assembly and they started unloading boxes
onto roller, they were pitching them out of the trailer and landing them
onto roller. Saw a few hit roller and fall to ground. Was real
dis-heartening to say the least.
----- Original Message -----
From: "david knepper" <collinsradio at adelphia.net>
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Sent: Saturday, July 29, 2006 6:19 AM
Subject: [AMRadio] UPS Shipping
> Just wanted to pass this on for what it is worth.
> The local UPS office advised me not to ship a parcel at the end of the
> week, particularly if the package is to travel more than a day. She
> indicated that there is the likelihood that the package being damaged if
> it is in storage at a UPS terminal waiting to be shipped out on a Monday.
> Don't ask me why - I just appreciated her advice.
> Dave, W3ST
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