It is an archaic term, from the gold mining days.Why is a "salt" called a salt?
I understand "feeder" but think it's dumb.
upscorpis...I believe this is the true reason ups calls it thus.SALT = Service Awareness Label Training
upscorpis...I believe this is the true reason ups calls it thus.
My question is,if you find a pkg in your load that does not belong,what idiot would'nt scan it?Theres several other non delivery reasons to key it in,plus its a free stop!I like the gold mine analogy though.
Feeder just means you're feeding packages from one hub to another. Correct? It's just difficult to try to explain to non upsers that it just mean semi driver pretty much.
Why do they grill a "toe-may-toe", I am from Texas and thats the way we say it, on a proper English breakfast? I loved the beans, mushrooms, eggs, bacon, toast, but not the way they treat a "toe-may-toe".you say tomato I say tomato doesnt quite have the same ring when typed does it