What's your volume?

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Moneythehardway, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. Just curious as to know currently, on average what is your centers' daily volume (Inbound or outbound)?

    For instance, I work the night shift (Twilight) and for us its been averaging 28-29000 packages a night; A drop from about 34,000 a night 6 months ago.

    So what about your center/shift?
     
  2. Solidarity413

    Solidarity413 New Member

    It varies from shift. Our TWI gets 111k-140k depending on the day.
     
  3. cachsux

    cachsux Wah

    I don`t remember the actual numbers but we are running about 6% lower than last year,up from 11% lower.
     
  4. 1000RR

    1000RR Member

    I work the local sort at a small center. We have between 2800 and 4000 pieces a night. 5000-7000 peak.
     
  5. Dizzee

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  6. MonavieLeaker

    MonavieLeaker Bringin Teh_Lulz

    Before the economy took a nose dive we were processing over 200 loads a day.....Nowadays were averaging between 160-170 loads
     
  7. barnyard

    barnyard KTM rider Staff Member

    We're down.

    Last summer, we were running 42-44 routes a week.

    The week after the 4th is usually soft, but we still only ran 28-30 routes all week.

    Every week, this summer, people have been taking voluntary layoff.

    TB
     
  8. hurricanegunner

    hurricanegunner UPSPoop

    Fewer routes here too, with voluntary layoffs. But then the drivers who do work work past 8:30 every night.
     
  9. Stavemist316

    Stavemist316 Member

    between 90-110k. Anything below 100 is an easy night
     
  10. barnyard

    barnyard KTM rider Staff Member

    Same here. Some of it is dispatch, but most of it is managers demanding that we run misloads.

    TB
     
  11. SoCalUPS858

    SoCalUPS858 New Member

    I wish Some of you would Say where your from. I'm just curious what other places numbers are like. I work in SoCal and Twilight does 65000 a night right now. We used to do 80000. Also is it just me or does anyone else notice that even though the numbers have went way down they still can't manage to run the place smoothly :)