Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by BrownEvo, Mar 30, 2009.
Anybody know I know for NJ it's Secaucus (Meadowlands) then 2nd in NJ its Parsippany..
Are you looking for ground or air? And packages sorted or total packages transitited or sq footage?
Ground and maybe sq. footage but total packages would work also
Cach for total number....I think Louisville would beat them out on square footage
300,000 packages a day in CHEMA, peak is like 450k max a day. That's easy top 10
I used to load Omaha Steaks for that truck during the day sort in Parsippany :]
Only Omaha Steaks? That is a nice load lol
Well most of the time it was but anything during the day going to MA (025-026), ME, and NH went to CHEMA.
in the US ground hubs goes:
then I'm not sure..probably CHEMA / MESTX...I'm sure North Bay is in there too, as well as Oak Creek and Earth City.
According to the banners hanging from the ceiling TOLOH was #1 for a few years.
Yes...Toledo(4369) has been #1 hub in the country 6 out of the last 8 years...2001-2003...2005-2007...and we will be taking it back this year.
We process around on average per day 380K.
air hubs. 1. Louisville 2. Ontario 3. Rockford 4. Phillie ??
chema may not be in the top ten probably in the top 15.
cach clearly number 1
louisville number 2
Jaxfl possibly number 3
following are probably in the top ten
and one of the california hubs
Pdale used to be not sure now with the other buildings they opened up in that area.
toledo claims number one rights on overall results not size.
CHEMA not in top ten???
BUT THAT'S WHERE I AM!!!!!!!!
<should count for something!>
I remember reading an article on UPSERS a couple years back about the JAX hub hitting a milestone by processing over 1 million pieces in a 24 hour span (4 sorts) on a few occasions during peaks.
"2006 - 2007:
UPS Chelmsford Hub Tour - This tour provided club members with a unique opportunity to view UPS's Northern New England hub serving Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Northern Massachusetts. The hub is one of UPS's 10 largest facilities by volume in its US network."
Really, top ten? Learn something new everyday!
Happened in 06 or 07 if I remember correctly
It was 2007....One of the guys that works with me is a combo who shifts on twilight and one day during peak that year twilight processed 415,000 packages...took 7 hours to do it
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