Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by TooTechie, Sep 25, 2015.
Why does Fedex get the good backup cameras?
At least he doesn't have to worry about it being covered in a layer of dust.
Our cameras are like .1 MP, their cameras are like 20 MP lol
Our new ones are clear, the screens are adjustable, and they even show distance.
He probably sold it for gas money...
camera envy? really?
are theirs also bigger?
Idk. I don't work at fedup
Better yet why are Fed Ex trucks / car always basically empty we I peak inside ????
Nothing but some letters and a shoe box.
They need a better camera. They drive into a driveway, make the delivery, and then back out onto the road.
I don't understand what fills their day. There seems to be like 4 FedEx trucks on every one UPS route. One ground, one home delivery, one express, etc... Sometimes you see two at one dock at the same time. Lousy business model IMO. Plus, I see many running unmarked rental trucks year round, not just peak. Isn't it much more expensive to rent year round than to just buy a truck?
Yeah maybe they should just get rid of everything except Ground. They probably would like to do that anyway.
They will nose in to a 20 ft. driveway, WTH?
LOL, I see that everyday. They don't seem to have any rules. They even leave the truck running.
They crank them once at the factory; no ignition switch.
"Keeping up the momentum in GroundWhile the FedEx Express segment is a turnaround story, FedEx Ground has been a consistent growth business over the past decade. Not only is it riding the rising tide of e-commerce, FedEx Ground has also been steadily increasing its market share.
FedEx Ground revenue has risen about 10% annually in recent years. Operating income hasn't grown quite as quickly due to some modest margin pressure; however, the margin decline was caused by the heavy investments FedEx has been making in the Ground business." This is the only thing that matters, they are a REAL threat
They are much more than a threat. They are a direct competitor who will continue to gain market share.
2018 will be a very interesting contract.
I don't get it?
Profits are driven by paying their employees peanuts and disregarding any sort of safety.
Not for me
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