Those auditors can and should present chronic problem shippers to District Finance who they work for and let that function work with customer service to correct the problem and "back bill" the customer. This is done and has been for decades.
My point was proved over the last 3 days. FDX had 6 positive articles published. UPS had ZERO. I guess we just don't have anything good to say. We need a new attitude toward the financial community.
I hope you are wrong because "a rising tide lifts all boats". I'm conflicted about FDX, being a lifetime UPSer, but when they flop, we usually take a hit too.
the question is how will the dim-wgt be implemented? Will it require a large investment in technology or be labor intensive? How much will the additional cost off-set the additional revenue. I would hope a study will be taken to determine this.
yes, you are correct. Monday's trading volume was about 10% of normal but I also noticed many of my other holdings were also very light, just not as light as UPS was.
Jack, all I know is every package I ship at a UPS store is measured for dim-weight pricing whether it goes ground or air. What am I missing????
UPS has NOT blamed it's customers, not Amazon or any others because they blew their projections that UPS uses to make their Peak Season plans. They did not make excuses blaming their customers from getting their packages to them on time for delivery before Christmas. They have too much class and business sense to do that. Why would they want to start a squabble with some of their best customers and hurt their future relationships. I doubt UPS or FDX bear sole responsibility all of the packages delivered late this year. Blaming the carriers for everything is just stupid and ignorant by someone who knows nothing about how things work.