At 5:15 a.m. on a chilly spring morning, rain comes down in cold sheets as Jeff Filsinger begins the third hour of his shift as Richmond preload manager at a massive United Parcel Service distribution center in eastern Chesterfield.

Inside a cavernous warehouse crisscrossed by conveyor belts, approximately 175 workers are sorting and loading dozens of “package cars,” the company’s trademark, dark brown UPS delivery trucks.

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