I'm sure no one here will be surprised to learn that our shipping department is incapable of reading this correctly and instead of training or improving the label, management has decided our task is to redesign the product so orientation doesn't matter.
Good news, we finally identified the reason the cartons were being shipped upside down, the loaders were reading the label as "Down". Since changing the label would cost money, we are replacing the current workforce with illiterates and expect the savings to drop immediately to the bottomline.
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