3 Steps used to calculate your rate.

Step 1

How much is it costing you?

First we figure our how much it is currently costing you to unloading your containers. We first find out how many worker hours it takes currently to offload your containers. With that information we can figure our how much it costs you per container. 

Example: a 40 foot container with 3000 pieces takes 2 workers 8 hours, for a total of 16 work hours.  

$25x16 hours= $400

How much is it costing you?

First we figure our how much it is currently costing you to unloading your containers. We first find out how many worker hours it takes currently to offload your containers. With that information we can figure our how much it costs you per container. 

Example: a 40 foot container with 3000 pieces takes 2 workers 8 hours, for a total of 16 work hours.  

$25x16 hours= $400

Step 2

We will Beat the Price

If it costs you $400/ container in man hours, not to mention dealing with supervision and no shows, we will beat the price and set a Flat Rate per container. Not only are you saving money but your also freeing up your employees to do more profitable things.

We will Beat the Price

If it costs you $400/ container in man hours, not to mention dealing with supervision and no shows, we will beat the price and set a Flat Rate per container.

Step 3

Your Happy you Picked Lumper HQ

After seeing the benefits of using Flat rate compared to hourly workers, you never look back. 

* Minimize your own employee injuries 
* Lower insurance costs 
* Increased productivity
* Decreased workers’ compensation costs
* Decreased downtime
* Decreased operational costs
* Let your employees focus on Productivity 

Your Happy you Picked Lumper HQ

After seeing the benefits of using Flat rate compared to hourly workers, you never look back. 

* Minimize your own employee injuries 
* Lower insurance costs 
* Increased productivity
* Decreased workers’ compensation costs
* Decreased downtime
* Decreased operational costs
* Let your employees focus on Productivity 

3 Steps used to calculate your rate.​

Step 1

How much is it costing you?

First we figure our how much it is currently costing you to unloading your containers. We first find out how many worker hours it takes currently to offload your containers. With that information we can figure our how much it costs you per container.

Example: a 40 foot container with 3000 pieces takes 2 workers 8 hours, for a total of 16 work hours. 
$25×16 hours= $400

Step 2

We will Beat the Price

If it costs you $400/ container in man hours, not to mention dealing with supervision and no shows, we will beat the price and set a Flat Rate per container. Not only are you saving money but your also freeing up your employees to do more profitable things.

Step 3

After seeing the benefits of using Flat rate compared to hourly workers, you never look back. 

* Minimize your own employee injuries 
* Lower insurance costs 
* Increased productivity
* Decreased workers’ compensation costs
* Decreased downtime
* Decreased operational costs
* Let your employees focus on Productivity 

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