Has anyone recently noticed a new level of difficulty in the functioning of their small sort ? My hub and other buildings seem to be enforced a new idea of bagging packages that are not smalls due to their size. The increased size has slowed down the the efficiency of the sorters since the larger packages create an endless amount of jams. In addition the bins for each destination cannot hold as many of these larger packages so the sorters get stacked up. The excuse that is given for this idea is it reduces the amount of smalls passing along the belt which can reduce hours and injuries from tripping on smaller packages. However, the drop in hours from keeping more people on the belts to load the larger smalls seems to be counteracted by more time and money spent in the small sort. Not to mention the fact that these larger smalls can be tripped on as easily as larger packages and you make walls out of them easily. It just seems like a poorly thought out idea that is a logistics nightmare. Whats everyone elses take on this?