So, let's talk UDCs! How do YOUR inbound UDC trailers look? How well so they traverse your mezz? How do my fellow inbound TMs feel about working them? Ours you ask? We're averaging about 3 per shift, at least A2 is. They started off GREAT! I loved being able to throw 1200-1600 cartons in 45-90 minutes, when they're not jamming the hell out of the mezz. Half the time our OM is up top breaking jams to give the Depal POC a rest. They've brought ART to a standstill a time or two as well. That was short lived *cough*Suffolk*cough* Lemme paint you a picture... THEN: All non con built stable, labeled/pouched correctly, and on the tail. Conveyable built in walls and labeled on most conveyable side. Overpacks built lightest on top, heaviest on bottom. Single, readable label on top. Sure, there were occasional missing overpack labels (easy enough to LRP) or boxes labeled least conveyable, but nothing more than a minute or two of rework. NOW: Non con still on tail, but built haphazardly and more often than not missing labels. My PA is cluttered with UDC non con that was missing labels at the moment. Conveyable thrown where ever they want and usually 30+ cartons not labeled most conveyable or messed up to the point where I have to hand key the barcode for the reprint. Overpacks built however they want. And more often then not are crushed by heavier freight being on top of them. 2+ labels on top and even though one has been markered(barely) they still end up down breakpack more often than not. One truck last week even had like 80 cartons of misship! Of course we had no clue that they were until Depal hollered at us . They near had a shit fit with all that coming down the breakpack line Wtf happened guys? A few months into going live and your quality has done an entire 180. Are temps loading the trucks like at the RDCs? Do the UDC TMs just not give a fuck? I feel like this is how the store side TMs must feel about some of our trucks they get.