About 40 percent of Yamato’s 3,924 courier service bases failed to follow the company’s procedure for managing the temperature of packages that need to be kept refrigerated or frozen, many of them during the busy summer season.
The company released the outcome of an in-house probe Thursday after it was found last month to have engaged in sloppy temperature management when delivering chilled packages.
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