Have you ever wondered why no one is picking up your package? Sometimes, this happens for a variety of reasons, including incorrect addresses, insufficient shipping funds, or something blocking the door. Whether it is the mistake of a shipping company, or a lapse in the Driver’s or Shipper’s judgment, there are a variety of reasons why your package didn’t arrive at its destination. Here are a few reasons behind no one picking up your package.
Fragile packages are a sign of a fragile package
You’ve probably noticed that some packages are marked with a “fragile” sticker. But what does this label actually mean? A fragile package sticker means that the box must be handled with special care. The stickers are also meant to protect the package from damage while in transit. UPS recommends using new packaging when shipping fragile items. What are the reasons why these packages are labeled with a fragile label?
The first reason to label a package as fragile is to warn people that the contents inside may be fragile. Write “fragile” on the package or label the box itself. This will alert mail personnel to be extra careful with the item. This way, the package will arrive unscathed. But if someone else is going to handle the package, they’ll know that it’s fragile, so they can handle it gently.
Drivers forget to pick up packages
Sometimes a driver will forget to pick up your package and you won’t receive it on time. This is not the end of the world, however. Sometimes drivers will forget to pick up your package, leaving it in a potentially dangerous area. Regardless of what the reason is, here are some common things you should do to avoid missing a package delivery. We’ll look at three common reasons why drivers forget to pick up packages.