Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Jstpeachy, Oct 16, 2019.
*looks around for “mechanical lift” device*
Love it! Lol
Had one of the full size Traeger BBQ’s the other day. Those things are a treat.
don't touch, leave area, notify sup
Many of these freight pcs. (it is freight...)are 10-30% heavier than the labels suggest, leading to over 150s. you can see the actual weight on the package sometimes..a little trick I learned from revenue recovery.
PT sup isn’t amused when I yell well where’s the damn forklift down the line lol this one claimed to be 115 lbs on the shipping label but I call bs.
I especially love the ones strapped with metal straps to a half of a pallet. Good times lol
You were probably correct. That's why over 70s should always have team assist, if only because the shippers lie like dogs and ups is only reactive to the scammers.
I use to roll those ers right off the back bumper, BOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
Flipping end over end works well
Yup. Each flip you can hear all the screws bouncing around inside. It's so soothing.
How the hell else are you supposed to do it? Nobody home to help. Flip it a couple of times and slide right on the handcart, flip it a couple more times up the 3 steps to the door. I mean seriously, how the hell else are we supposed to get rid of those things??? I’d dr that in the middle of a Compton project. Get out of my life!!!
I'm a fan of the home gyms myself, and entertainment centers. Oh, and should I mention anything that Detroit Axle ships? Box says 20 lbs, yet when it falls off the roller line to the floor of the trailer and the trailer rocks back and forth......makes me think they forgot a zero on the end of that "20".
Ask for help
Qvc had a sale on those earlier this year and we saw a bunch of them. Every label said 1lbs!!!
Ive seen many many 70lb+ boxes that claim to be 4 lbs. how they get away with that I don’t get. You’d think UPS would care about that lost money but nah- they just kick preload out early before sort is done to make up the funds hahaha
As far as UPS is concerned, you are the forklift.
I get 140s every single morning.
I never moved an over 70 unless I had another Union Employee helping me.
Dump and go.
Yup. Back into the driveway. Roll it right out in front of the garage. And dip. Oh and also crept down the street with no lights on, so they didnt see me coming
I coast into the driveway with the package car off in neutral . Sleeper delivery .
It's cute you're taking it up to the door. Back into the driveway and shove that bitch off the back bumper at the garage. Cya!
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