Discussion in 'Holland' started by Griz, Jun 19, 2017.
I have two more picture not sure why I can't upload them.
Good loading by BU!
What did the roll up on the deck bars weigh?
Heavy rolls of plastic film up on logistics bars? Who's the genius?
And did anyone get punished?
Looks to have been loaded on only 2 bars,and when front bar collapsed from the weight, it slid over the top of the back bar. Had they used at least 3-4 bars, and a sheet of plywood, it may have been fine.
There were two of them. I don't remember off hand. Way too damn much for sure. Considering one completely busted off the pallet and bent and broke the load bars.
I'm sure not a damn thing will be said. BU,OM, OW and MS it's a guarantee everyday they will be a mess.
Lazy assed employees and worthless management is a guaranteed disaster in the making.
What idiot loads rolls on bars? Lazy.
I guess I'm probably lucky. Every load I've ever pulled out of Detroit has been floor loaded. Maybe because of the border? I'm not sure.
Each bar is good for 1000 lbs. Like Big R said a couple more bars and it would of been fine
AT, ME, MS, SL are the worst. GR has some bad ones too.
Only punishment handed out on dock is seatbelt, dockplate lifting and open door policies. Damaging freight and unlimited break time overlooked.
What's up with the upload? Must be using to much space???????
South Bend gets bitched out if we don't pack your guys loads. The loads coming from Canada are always floor loaded.
GR does in fact send loads too. MI loads are always garbage. Missing half the bills or freight.
Frequently the pins get bent preventing the bar from being securely locking in place. Always had a claw hammer on my fork lift to straighten pins. Not enough bars. No airbags to prevent side to side shifting. Not ideal stacking freight. Probably should have been floor loaded and chose something else to up stack. If the foreman doesn't like it, tell him to go pound sand. Teamsters are the professionals, not the foreman
Also, for some reason Holland is buying new trailers with fewer track per foot than YRC pups. You can place three bars under a 48x40 YRC pup vs only 2 in a Holland van. Of course you have to put the three in first.
Sounds like some things never change.
(Shaking my head.)