Do any of these sound familiar?
We have to put 3 to 5 additional employees on the schedule during delivery hours to try and offset the problems we have with shifted loads.
The truck came in and stuff was everywhere. We had to sort through what was supposed to be staying on the truck and what was for our facility; it took four of us nearly two hours to get the mess sorted out.
You could see the trailer door bulging out. It took a forklift and four guys two hours to get it open. Then it took another two and a half hours to get the trailer where we could even start to unload it.
Shifts happen. Now you can stop them before they make another mess.
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