Hello, I'm a recently registered member to this forum and was also recently hired as a PT preloader at my local hub. I have come here for any kind of support, tips, hell even alchemy to help me decrease my missloads, increase my packages per hour, and overall just improve my work efficacy. I am now on my third week of Preload and have been loading package cars since day one aside from two days on sort (which was a cake walk to say the least). I had a very hard time today at work and it was the most stressful by far. I just cannot comprehend how to increase my workload, it honestly baffles me how I am supposed to clear the boxline each and every time it passes, gather my 7-10 boxes for my 3-4 trucks, take the the boxes into their respected trucks, scan each package, write the VAL number and then load the boxes into their designated shelf/floor space and still have enough time to catch the next cage and repeat the steps. I also have been having a problem with missloads and have had 1-2 daily rarely more, but today I know for a fact I had more possibly 5 or more due to a co worker dumping a bag of incorrect boxes in my car, but had no time to fix it because the driver had to go. I know I should have been paying the full attention but the boxes were dumped into a pile of boxes I had already started for that truck. Peak is approaching and we are going to be doing 5 trucks a person - that's around 1800- 2100 boxes a day which is clearly unfathimable at the moment because I cannot even complete the 900 - 1100 a day now. I know tomorrow I will hear the wrath of all my uppers and they will probably write me up, so I am sincerely looking for some advice because I just don't know where else to go and really need to keep this job.. I am a very athletic guy/ workout 4 days a week/ can bench 275lbs lol.. / etc. and the job is not physically hard for me at all. Sorry that this post was long as hell!