I would just like to point out the awesomeness of Kenji’s workstation: two types of tape and a box-cutter, sure, but also the Kurosawa film studies book by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto, a picture of Grace Jones, and a clipboard & pen that rivals his MacBook Air when it comes to receiving logistics!
Here’s what Kenji has to say this #LaborDay:
The receiving department is in charge of overseeing all incoming shipments to Adafruit. We collaborate with Purchasing to anticipate and track deliveries and then work with Storage to facilitate the delivery of products and components to their rightful homes in our warehouses. We use our world famous box-cutter, tape gun & component testing skills [Citation needed] to open and check every shipment to ensure the quantity and quality of delivered items are up to par. In the process we often get our hands *really* dirty with airborne grime. Nothing a little hand sanitizer can’t fix, and I’m sure it builds character.
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