Our center keeps putting our start time later and later. My question is, are they trying to save money by having drivers start later or is it a problem of not being able to get all the feeders to our location in a timely matter? If UPS thinks that by having us start 10 to 15 minutes later than the previous day, they are mistaken. Most likely a driver will have less time to delivery air and ground together causing him or her to run late. The time leading up to 1030 can dictate your work day. Our hub sits in the most southern point of our district and so we get our trailers later than most other hubs. If this is the case for late start times, why don't they give us help with air deliveries? They're admitting we are at the end of the logistical solutions.