Albertson’s Portland Oregon

Discussion in 'Shippers & Receivers - Good or Bad' started by JReding, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. JReding

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    First time here tonight. I’ve been here since 5:45 PM, and I’m still being unloaded at 10:00 PM. 7 products on 26 pallets, 1400 pieces.
    Do they normally take this long to offload?
     
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  2. Bakerman

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    Kroger can take up to 24hrs.
     
  3. truckdriver31

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    yea but whats it break down too. 48 pallets or something.
     
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  4. JReding

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  5. JReding

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    I dunno, I was in the truck. Wilson prefers to have us use lumpers. And still, I’m guessing it was only a matter of peeling off a few layers so the pallets fit in the racks.
     
  6. Dave_in_AZ

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    Some of those places want it broken down the repalletized in an exact way. It can be a lot of work.
     
  7. Dave_in_AZ

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    I learned this doing some ice cream cone loads.

    One pallet on the truck turns into 4 or 5.
     
  8. D.Tibbitt

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    :rolleyes: my last load the crane took half my steel beams off set them on ground took off other half set them on ground. 10-15 minutes plus a couple laughs at the guy with the boring job of blowing the air horn everytime the crane picks something up.... 24 hours of a dock id might go steaming mad
     
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  9. Dave_in_AZ

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    Yea but from what you've posted lately, 4 or 5 days to get a load doesn't seem so good.
     
  10. JReding

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    It’s been so long since I did a food warehouse, I’d forgotten about that. Kinda like Associated Grocers in Tacoma. Depending on the product, they would sometimes have us break down product from a four way pallet onto a smaller one, I think it was 30”x30”, because some of their racking system was ancient.
     
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