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While some buyers take advantage of Free Shipping Day on December 14, the question remains: will my vacation packages arrive on time? At the DHL Express ServicePoint site in Erlanger, teams work together over 20 hours a day to answer that with a resounding “yes”. For more than a decade, the site near the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport has worked to receive and ship international packages from over 200 counties. The period between Thanksgiving and Christmas is known as DHL’s “Peak Time”, with the week before Christmas known as “Peak Week” and the Monday before Christmas known as “Peak Day” for the day. the busiest of the year for inbound and outbound parcels. Station manager Bruce Morris said DHL’s Erlanger sorting site saw an increase of about 20% in the number of packages received compared to this period in 2020. Before dawn on Tuesday, the crews turned on their forklifts and turned on the treadmills for another day of the “rush week.” productivity. On Monday, the crew of nearly 56 helped deliver 3,700 packages. After the morning sorting, the teams are busy removing 15,000 packages, in particular by helping Amazon with its shipping logistics. Once the packages are sorted in Erlanger according to their location, they are loaded into yellow vans and driven to the door of a business or residence. “It’s something that we really love in essence,” said station manager Bruce Morris. “We love the energy. We love the challenge. So we’ll always be excited when it’s rush hour and make sure to deliver everything on time. Morris predicts that Monday’s “rush day” projections could result in an increase of almost 25% in packaging compared to the same time last year.

As some buyers take advantage of Free Shipping Day on December 14, the question remains: will my vacation packages arrive on time?

At the DHL Express ServicePoint in Erlanger, teams work together more than 20 hours a day to answer this question with a resounding “Yes”.

For over a decade, the site near the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport has worked to receive and ship international packages from over 200 counties. The period between Thanksgiving and Christmas is known as DHL’s “Peak Time”, with the week before Christmas known as “Peak Week” and the Monday before Christmas known as “Peak Day” for the day. the busiest of the year for inbound and outbound parcels.

Station manager Bruce Morris said DHL’s Erlanger sorting site saw an increase of around 20% in the number of packages received compared to this period in 2020.

Before dawn on Tuesday, the crews turned on their forklifts and turned on the conveyor belts for another day of “peak week” productivity. On Monday, the crew of nearly 56 helped deliver 3,700 packages. After the morning sorting, the teams are busy removing 15,000 packages, in particular by helping Amazon with its shipping logistics.

Once the packages are sorted in Erlanger according to their location, they are loaded into yellow vans and driven to the door of a business or residence.

“It’s something that we really love in essence,” said station manager Bruce Morris. “We love the energy. We love the challenge. So we’ll always be excited when it’s rush hour and make sure we deliver everything on time.”

Morris predicts that Monday’s “Peak Day” projections could result in an increase of nearly 25% in packaging consumption compared to the same time last year.


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