Quick dude here!

Discussion in 'Sysco' started by grocerythrower, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    1138 cases, 12 stops, finished 4.5 hrs ahead of schedule, hows that for an old man keeping up with the young fellows, I got a little bit of fight left in me...livin on Alieve baby!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Stan Smith

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    Yeah, but your out the 4.5 hrs in pay... Good work takes time, right...? :shrug:
     
  3. SuperCourse

    SuperCourse Well-Known Member

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    Good, now do it every day for the rest of your working life....no excuses.
     
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  4. double r

    double r Dock delivery expert

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    ABC pay. Hours mean nothing. I get paid the same way.
     
  5. double r

    double r Dock delivery expert

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    And how many miles round trip? Let me guess, all 12 stops where in the same city block:dance:
     
  6. double r

    double r Dock delivery expert

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    Beat this one:
    12 stops, 1100 cases, 242 round trip miles, 9.5 hours; that includes 15 pre and 15 post(9 hours for the route)
     
  7. Stan Smith

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    Gotcha, so do they then put 20hrs of work on your truck? I can see people crunching the numbers in high places getting creative for the bottom line... :2437:
     
  8. double r

    double r Dock delivery expert

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    They can try but 14 is 14.
     
  9. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    Correct, the faster I work the more I get paid!
     
  10. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    No, bout 112 miles maybe more, city, at night, and then in rush hr, then after rush hr, takes time, Tulsa is a big town some days...LOL!!!!
     
  11. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    I can't top that Double R, but whats with the pre and posts? I only do one pre trip inspection and one post, per day, whats up with all that?
     
  12. double r

    double r Dock delivery expert

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    Safety's rule. Must show 15 pre and a 15 post trip.
     
  13. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    We do ours on an STS handheld computer, the same on we scan labels with, its time consuming, I hope you don't have to do anything like that.
     
  14. motocross25

    motocross25 New Member

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    Hey grocerythrower. I work for Fox River Foods and 1000+ cases and 12 stops in that amount of time is MOVING. We have pups come down to STL from Chicago everynight so its usually like 8 stops 450-500 cases. And people complain when they teeter over 500. U made a comment about scanning, u guys scan every case label?
     
  15. double r

    double r Dock delivery expert

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    Nope. Were still stuck in the 90's. Our account won't upgrade. We have Peoplenet in the trucks but right thye only use tehm to track fuel milage. Some day the account may see the light(ya right).
     
  16. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    Yes motocross25 we scan every label on every case, I actually like it better than counting cases. We can pull long combinations in Oklahoma so I typically have a 42 foot trailer, being on key drop I know my customers and their product, usually have the same ones, and knowing the system and product recognition, its pretty easy to fly, Sysco does a good job of loading, its not always perfect but 8 out of 10 times the pallets are turned right and it comes off pretty good.
     
  17. motocross25

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    O for sure man I would say that was the hardest thing to get a hang of is product recognition. Its overwhelming at first, but once u start pickin up on it you know exactly what ur tryin to dig out. Which is what I wish FRF was better at we'll have 53 cases on one pallet and the LAST 6/10 case is on the bottom of the next one with 64 on it. Its SO frustrating. Especially when you have zero room and ur throwin stuff on top of other stuff. But it ain't bad it gets the bills paid for now, and at least they do not floor load.
     
  18. Moneyman01

    Moneyman01 Proud to be a dad!

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    Right now are guys in Eau Claire do 3 to 5 stops a day and up to 700 cases a day. Everything is floor loaded except are pallet job stops. Right now we are only doing chain accounts but soon we'll be doing all the other types of stops. I'm thinking about switching to days and doing routes again. I got a baby due in May so I kinda want to be home in the evening. But its been so long since Ive done it I think I'm a little out of shape to do it and be fast like you guys.
     
  19. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Well-Known Member

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    Money, in 3 weeks you won't be sore anymore, it will all come back to you, do whats best for you and yours, I'm sure whatever you choose you will excell!
     

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