A Day in the Life of a New York City Fedex Courier

Fedex delivery courier Ramon Santiago talks about what happens in his daily route in this short video.

Being a courier in New York City, it is very unique because of the various obstacles we face on a daily basis.

Ramon goes on to explain that it sometimes takes 30-40 minutes to cross the 6 midtown avenues to his route, and once there, deliveries are not always quick.

There are some routes which require you to have long waits at freight elevators. If you have a delivery to the 60th floor, one-stop could take you 15-20 minutes.

Sadly, Ramon does not include the proper technique for air launching packages in the video.

via YouTube

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