I never grasped the concept as to why UPS management wants people to load 3 or 4 trucks at a time? Are they aware of the heavy production that is being thrown at their employees each and everyday? The funny thing about it is, then they wonder why drivers complain about miss loaded packages, packages not being loaded on the correct shelves, packages not being scanned, and air being tossed all over the package car. In all honesty, It's a lot of volume to keep up with when loading 3 or 4 trucks at a time; trust me. However, whenever I load, I always like to load my trucks the way I would expect them to be loaded when I become a driver. But it's a lot to keep up with (stacking packages) and all. FYI: I'm not complaining about loading, I'm just saying it how it is. I've gotten my same two sense from every PC loading employee. I don't understand why UPS doesn't just hire more people so every employee can load his or her own individual PC perfectly with no problems. Could it be a $ saving issue? I'm very curious if any centers out there (worldwide for all I care) have 1 person loading 1 PC on each and every belt. DRIVERS, please feel free to blare out some loading tips and tricks, or even share some PC loading stories of when you use to load before you became a driver. Tell us how you the driver feel about 1 person loading 3-4 trucks. Thank you for your time.