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THESE PACKAGE HANDLERS MUST BE STOPPED! These package handlers are getting worse and worse! They must be stopped at this point. If trucks aren't loaded properly it makes it hard for the delivery drivers to do their job! If you enjoy this video smash that LIKE and SUBSCRIBE BUTTON! CTHOMPSON CLAN! BUY MERCH HERE - https://teespring.com/CThompsontv#pid=2&cid=2397&sid=front INSTAGRAM -https://www.instagram.com/cthompson1135/ TWITTER -https://twitter.com/CThompson1135 SNAPCHAT - CTHOMPSON1135
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E (1 month ago)
I'm a package handler and I agree with you. Thankfully I don't load for local city. It tells you on your scanner if it doesn't go there, toss it out to the side.
Juan Frias (7 months ago)
Keep making theses videos man I’m about to become a ups driver and by watching your videos it’s going to help me out a lot man thanks !
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
Thanks man. Appreciate you watching!
Michael Zarazua (7 months ago)
Try doing the package handlers job i can promise you its way harder than yours. Every driver that started off as a package handler knows this. Your just soft and lazy imagine having each customer after you drop off every package come and tell you why isnt a box 2 inches away from where its supposed to be like the drivers do to package handlers ontop of doing the job like bruh its all in that small ass truck imagine loading it unloading it doesnt even compare lol drivers act like we package handlers get to spend 20 min figuring out 1 by 1 where every package goes like the drivers do nah your whole route is coming at us all at once and expected to be loaded some how perfectly by the time you get there
Nicholas Johnson (1 month ago)
I'm HD and I load my truck and unload it my biggest frustration is chewy boxes not scanned to my truck, and any package for that matter
CThompsonTv (7 months ago)
Lol. That's all I can respond to this.
klazzikk (8 months ago)
then the handler has the nerve to ask "hey, you need help with anything?" Get away from me right now im livid right...
CThompsonTv (8 months ago)
Nemone Pharms (8 months ago)
Lol dog, at my terminal all the Drivers have to scan and load their packages. On a LIGHT day with 115 stops, I'll be in at 6am, and driving back home by like 4:30-5 pm...
DPretty128 (9 months ago)
As long as there're underpaid and working like slaves. Your truck will never get loaded right. And rightfully so.
CThompsonTv (9 months ago)
Rightfully so... huh.. go get another job!
eric jones (9 months ago)
But is your vision setup correctly though? I have went through 6 routes and 3 out of the 6 I had to revision and made it a lot better
eric jones (9 months ago)
Amen haaha!!!!
Ken Thomas (9 months ago)
The loader is making or breaking my day before I even get out of bed everyday.
CThompsonTv (9 months ago)
Ain't that the truth!
annabananerzzzz (10 months ago)
Yess it’s like they don’t have common sense 😞 I deal with the same issue too. I understand your frustration haha
Skylar Searcy (3 months ago)
We are overwhelmed
CThompsonTv (10 months ago)
I'm guessing it's everywhere
GamingWithSoHarD (10 months ago)
Bruh my truck is never loaded I usually load my own truck everyday
Kicks Giggles (10 months ago)
See I come in early and and make sure it sucks to come in earlier but I get off on time ....
Skylar Searcy (3 months ago)
Are you smoked out
Scott D (10 months ago)
All Hd in our station will use Vision for route planning like Ground in a few months. I won’t have to load my truck anymore ... I’m happy but a little 😧 worried. I told a loader I know whose just floating a lot if she ends up loading my truck I’ll bring her a coffee once in a while (tryin for some incentive to load well)
Scott D (10 months ago)
Love the GoPro, Christian!
Nick B (10 months ago)
Yeah your route is so easy you got time to make a vlog
wippat (10 months ago)
It will never change bro...I know at my hub package handlers are over worked and they can't keep up withthe flow to load the trucks correctly and that results in alot of turnover...package handlers dont stay around for long and there are some good ones but they end up getting overworked or having to cover for other truck that other handlers show up late or dont come in and the good handler gets fed up and quits anyway...thats ground...now express does the right thing atleast by me they have 1 handler per truck or can (amj,ayy etc.) and the job gets done right 99% of the time
Pierson Barnes (10 months ago)
Brandy Fitzgerald (10 months ago)
Mane how many miles does your route average? I’m doing 105-120 a day on a home route.
Gary Ridgway (10 months ago)
Cthompson, keep making more vids, im an HD Driver, but we share the same struggles. I always look foward to your uploads. Thanx man
Bill Boss (10 months ago)
It will never change there's a very high turn over rate there's probably a new package handler every two weeks doing your truck
CThompsonTv (9 months ago)
I see what you're saying, but become a driver and you'll see it's 10 times worse. We do this all day! We have are dealing with management and customers. I'd love to sympathize, but when I can when it's the same problems everyday that can be fixed but overall no one cares and we are left to clean up the mess each and every time. Y'all get to go home and go on with life, we are dealing with the ongoing "BS"
MidnightMarrow (9 months ago)
Ex-Package Handler here, did it for about a year and a half. Not only is there next to no training at least where I was there is quite a lot to deal with, more than you'd think. I loaded on the heaviest belt in the warehouse at the end where they had me doing 4 of their heaviest routed trucks. Each truck would average closer to 250-300 packages every day, the belt never stops flowing and they try to send as much volume down at once as possible, meanwhile working the back set the people in the middle SHOULD be able to handle their lesser volume trucks but they don't in which case we get what we call flyby's. So I had my 4 trucks and I had to deal with any one of the other peoples trucks ahead of me while scanning and loading my own I had to pull their packages off the belt and run it up to them which at times can be quite far, in the mean time my packages don't stop moving down and I had to run back and play catch up. No breaks, belt only stopped when there was a jam and that is the worst cause now all those packages once cleared are full blast down belt which also likely means more flyby's. Being one of the better handlers I had to also assist the others at times too. Need to use the rest room? Pretty much have to go into full sprint get yelled at by management and sprint back and hope your packages aren't spilling everywhere when you get back. Honestly some of these people you talk about really are just lazy worthless people, other times you can get someone like me who really works on load quality but 4 heavy high volume trucks on top of the other BS can be too much. I would run/sprint in and out of the trucks a lot of the time and sometimes it simply wasn't good enough and you'd fall behind. The end of our work day, typically it's supposed to taper off and be easier to manage the lower flow and allow you to fix up / finish loading anything you had to stage out. For quite some time before leaving FedEx they started to really hammer it out at the end meanwhile the belt managers were instructed to start sending people home. Now we've got 6 - 8 trucks and the flow still cranking, these other trucks you get you have no idea how the other people loaded them and you're trying to keep everything together but there is simply put too much to deal with drivers are in and they're rightfully pissed but most don't even think about all the BS we'd dealt with, and more often than not I'd be the one getting bitched at for a load on trucks I didn't touch til the very end. Oh yeah and constantly needing to re-tape all of these goddamned boxes because unload would either send down things that pretty much needed a full repack or would hide un-taped flaps. They were supposed to pull them off to the side and someone else should have been re-taping before they go up but 90% of the time they'd just send us absolutely janky crushed, torn or open boxes. Long story short, some of us worked our asses off and the only recognition you'd get is how well you didn't do on certain days. Kind of a kills moral. Give respect and acknowledgement to those who do well or are at least trying and you may be rewarded with a happier more energetic handler in this otherwise life sucking downer of a job.
CThompsonTv (10 months ago)
Yep. Sounds about right, but can't completely blame the package handlers. Management and trainer them properly should be the blame as well
SCsBack 1 (10 months ago)
what happened to Julio? I remember he was your loader from your earlier vlogs
Scott D (10 months ago)
I remember Julio too
Scott D (10 months ago)
Dave Mason 😂
CThompsonTv (10 months ago)
He found another job. I think a full time job
Kool Got Game (10 months ago)
Bruh. Its the same way at my terminal here in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Smh. Ridiculous.
DuhGreaT (10 months ago)
Ups drivers have 180 stops lol
Jaafar Kazim (10 months ago)
I know right lol
Nick B (10 months ago)
DuhGreaT huh? What is dumb
DuhGreaT (10 months ago)
Nick B you in a union you just dumbass fuck to do that . Be safe out there
Nick B (10 months ago)
My life as a UPS DRIVER goes like this every day. Hurry up and finish loading my truck Hurry up and leave the building Hurry up and deliver my 10:30am next day airs Hurry up and finish my business Hurry up and take a lunch Hurry up and deliver as many residentials as a can before pickup Hurry up and do pickups Hurry up and meet my air driver to drop off NDA Hurry up and finish my residentials Hurry up and drive in Take all 40 minutes of my breaks at the wearhouse Hurry up and drive home Hurry up and take a shower Hurry up and eat dinner Hurry up and go to bed so you can do it again tomorrow
Jaafar Kazim (10 months ago)
shit the most ive done during peak was about 155
callofdutyguy9 (10 months ago)
Hey dude. You should wear the Grey Button Shirt Jacket more often. It looks heavier duty, a little more elegant and professional.
Gary Ridgway (10 months ago)
Scott D (10 months ago)
BlackThrash87 - Ah.... I remember those days
CThompsonTv (10 months ago)
Scott D (10 months ago)
CThompsonTv (10 months ago)
Come on!
Lowrider703 E (10 months ago)
CThompsonTv can I load your truck? I do a better job