Nothing to do with the cameras or barcodes. This past weekend we ran “transition”, “raa”, “ adjacent” (or whatever you want to call them), all weekend because hey “didn’t have enough true art work”. There were one item, full pallets that were all reserve. We were told to unload everything onto the art line, watch it go around and restack it by the processing line. Completely idiotic.I'm not DC, but I do work in package testing for my other job, and have had several clients who've had problems with barcodes not being able to be read by scanners in DCs at several retailers. That would be one possible explanation for having to do this manually. Hopefully the problem is in the boxes and not the cameras. Any idea when they were last serviced?
We were told it’s to get rid of all chep pallets in the building and is safer (no one in rc danger zone). I’m convinced it has to do with their bonuses.My guess is merch is coming up missing, and this is covering the bases at your DC, so they know it was all accounted for at that point.
“no true art work to run” is what we were told. Running the transition door 2 days on A key. Frustrating to say the least. First having ot, then being in art, and then doing freight that would be an easy trailer on the dock to top it all off.Makes a ton of sense, preach safety then in the next breath “you need to throw these boxes and then someone else has to put them on another pallet exactly how they were on this one, because an irrelevant number on a screen will go up...”. Because injuries don’t happen from repeatedly lifting boxes there’s no good reason to lift in the first place.
Getting chep pallets out of the building makes no sense either since someone has to move it regardless and there’s a greater chance of injury if you’re putting that on a smaller group of people.
Screw that, send it to the manual dock, have them cherry pick the hell out of it and send it back to art if they want everything to run through the camera...
Yeah I have worked those many times. Work trash through the main door and have a speed demon run the money dock load off an art credited printer.I finally get it. It’s so then our gm, som and om’s can brag about being #1 in the pyramid. They did nearly 15k a line Sunday doing clampable diaper trailers in main doors. What a joke.
Thats how we used to do it. Now they put those money diaper trailers in main doors to get numbers through the camera. 15k under the camera per line in a 12 hour shift.Yeah I have worked those many times. Work trash through the main door and have a speed demon run the money dock load off an art credited printer.
We would do that for high flow trailers. Sometimes even printing all the flow, putting the line in bypass, and having someone slap flow stickers on at full speed. I also remember one time getting a trailer that was 100 percent flow.Thats how we used to do it. Now they put those money diaper trailers in main doors to get numbers through the camera. 15k under the camera per line in a 12 hour shift.