Millions of packages sorted. Thousands of trucks lined up. Drivers deployed across the country. Richard Quest goes inside a New York FedEx sorting facility to see how one of the biggest shipping companies gets gifts delivered on time.
Good job fed ex.... I placed an order Sunday night, you bastards got it from Nashville to Northern Ontario in less than 3 days. Thanks to you, I'll be building the new LEGO City Pizza Van this weekend, while I BBQ a chicken and make mashed potatoes and such. You guys rock. I'm truly astounded. LEGO also rocks. I'd say "shout out to" but that sounds fucking stupid coming out of anyone's mouth, so I'll just say "you all rock!"
Elijah Orozco (3 months ago)
Titus Matthews (3 months ago)
wow very interesting video working out 🏋 in the New York area
LEEK1 (3 months ago)
oh myyy..., I thought, that most annoying sound for me is the ice crunching and NO! voice of this guy is fokking mad. change him. geezus!
99 Frames (3 months ago)
Truth: Inside the FedEx sorting place thing, all the workers play a game called "Break'n Win". The game is where you throw a package carelessly, and if it breaks you win.
PartyTom (2 months ago)
While not true, we definitely don't try not to break stuff
Andrew Gaytan (3 months ago)
This guy was highly annoying
Thomas Wilson (3 months ago)
This is the worst CNN reporter I have ever seen he is so annoying and his voice goes through my head
aurum2112 (3 months ago)
More Fake News! The Wamart in my town is empty and has been since Black Friday. I have not spent a penny this Christmas. None of my brothers or sisters are buying this year either. We are all just going to spend quality time with our families and get the kids a few necessities like clothes. More MSM telling lies about the true state of the economy and trying to make Obama look like a success. Everybody I know is broke. We are either under employed or took a pay cut to keep our jobs in 2008.
MBTECH (3 months ago)
victor case (3 months ago)
I worked for ups they actually throw packages there are so many broken packages and piles I could tell some stories for sure