Re: 3 Books still sitting in USPS NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTERS
Chuck Harris <cfharris@...>
They were. We received most of the service's first generationtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
letter sorters as scrap 10 years ago. I loved the 2 inch thick
aluminum plates they used as their chassis... 200 lbs of aluminum!
Packages are handled in a totally different manner, and are the
post office's first priority, as packages are where they make
most of their money.
More likely, the hold up is due to the postal service being forbidden
from using overtime. There was quite an overtime fraud racket going
on in the postal service. Workers were charging 12 to 16 hour days,
6 days per week. They were making more in overtime than their regular
wages. I think the stoppages are more of a union protest thing.
Michael A. Terrell wrote:
Weren't the machines that they retired from the first generation, that were