Discussion in 'Holland' started by Griz, Jun 19, 2017.
That's from MS for sure!
High-claim freight you say? F*** it.
The freight underneath just became a high claim....
I think I could pick it off without damage
I feel that I am a great freight recover specialist too.... worked many trailers simular to these .... do I think they were loaded correctly. .. no. But I did what I had to. ...to recover the freight even if it meant getting off the forklift and doing manual labor. I swear I was one of the few who actually knew how to use a bander. Does anyone remember when Holland use to use the orange srinkwrap? It was a sure sign of a recoup of freight. ... which was not seen often in the old days before YRCW.
There is a roll of orange shrink wrap by every other door in Milwaukee
I see some manual labor on our dock too,stump....after someone who should not be on a forklift at all,dumps over a skid,or spears a container at the bottom,and has to get their rear end off the lift and restock it. And yes,I am talking about people who have done this for 20 years and more.....
They use that orange wrap to wrap up wrecked tractors to keep guys from parting them out, lol.
lol i thought that was just me. The pics are sideways
well I don't thiink the consignee is going to complain. or wait I mean the customer, or the end user
Next week should be a feast for pic of the day. End of month and suppose to be our busiest of the year.
I am the orange shrink wrap king at my barn. We usually go through a dozen rolls a month.
Sweet Haz mat on tail for easy unloading & keep the great pics coming !
May have been posted already, but..
Not too bad.
Thanks again B R Guy. I tried what you said. My pics in my photos are correct. Only when I insert from photos it gets sideways.
YUP, we have the SLOWEST trucks on the road and we are a safety hazard !
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