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UPS's Billion-Dollar Hub: Inside Worldport

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June 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg traveled to UPS's Worldport, their central sorting hub in Louisville, KY, to find out how the company sorts 1.6 million packages a day.
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J Cameron (3 months ago)
just another example of the private sector doing a job infinitely better than the governmenth
i'll make u salty (8 months ago)
Oh shut the fuck up ''each package only touched twice'' like it's an easy job and humans don't do a shit ton of work,let me tell you this job's pay sucks the treatment sucks and the work is repetitive and boring,also it's a pointless job unless you are attending school.
CybermanStudio (3 years ago)
well you maybe should have went somewher else if you don´t like the plane noises :D
Jake San (3 years ago)
How bout you try sorting out 15 million packages a day. Dumb ass
tisdaec2 (3 years ago)
Lands there once every 90 seconds.....yes they do. Had an apartment near that shit. All night!
Mike Welch (3 years ago)
Drivers get paid 32.29 per hour and by 2017 the pays going up to 36.19 free medical coverage for you and family job protection by the union average yearly salary 82,000 to 92,000 +
John Huynh (3 years ago)
let's get losttt at seaa
สมหมาย ฐานรโต (3 years ago)
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