sprcpr10 karma2019-09-08 19:54:09 UTC
When I worked there as a package handler we had zero time to even look at a package, let alone figure out if it was fragile. We had a pipe fitting company and a lighting manufacturer on one route. Often the lighting filled truck came in before the 70lb couplings. Some boxes might have been damaged in shipment.
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sprcpr2 karma2019-09-08 20:02:36 UTC
What is the most expensive thing you ever saw shipped? I had one incident (I was a lowly handler) where the brass ALL came out to get a package, it wasn't very big but they were all clearly nervous as hell. Went into the cab of a truck, two people with eyes on the package at all times and nobody would say a word about what was in it. Is this SOP?
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