Building’s need numbers to!
Identify your building is very important in the world of logistics, and not only logistics, it could help the moving company
find your location when your moving, it could help first responders find you when there’s an emergency at your house, or apartment,
seconds could really make a difference between life, or death. In logistics it could mean the difference of you receiving your
package, or having it returned to the sender, because your Mailman, UPS driver, FedEx driver, DHL driver, etc., couldn’t find
your apartment because it wasn’t labeled with a number to identify your unit, and if there are 40 units that don’t have numbers
on them to help identify the location, chances are you will not be receiving your item, unless you order items on a consistent
basis, and your Mailman knows who you are, but if there’s someone new working the route, or replacing the UPS driver, FedEx driver, and
etc., it could affect the status of your delivery. There’s a lot of older apartment complexes that sometimes might not have put numbers
on their units, or later on in the evening they might be hard to read because they use dark numbers to identify the apartment complexes, but
in the Internet age of ordering items from your bedroom, this could play a factor in you receiving your delivery, or you having to wait
until your regular Mailman, or logistics driver from the other respective companies to return to work in order for you to receive your
item, and depending on how important that delivery could be, you might have to travel to the office of the respective agencies to pick up
your items. Identifying your building is something that apartment complexes, condos owners, and anyone else should take seriously because
it’s not just a package that could be of importance, it could be your life, or someone that you love that might have an emergency, and
having a building with clear numbers really can make a difference.