International benefitted from its highly flexible network and by targeting growth markets within the company’s diverse revenue base
ITC and UPS aim to connect 3-million women worldwide to the global marketplace by 2021
In anticipation of the 45-day long renovation of the southern runway at Dubai International (DXB), UPS has been hard at work to ensure a smooth contingency plan
Supply Chain and Freight produced strong profit growth in the quarter. The segment also expanded operating margins, driven by disciplined cost-management initiatives and the flexibility of the network to adapt to changing market conditions.
Air cargo operators and express logistics companies are leveraging Dubai’s position as a first-response hub to air lift relief supplies to Mozambique
Given the anticipated growth associated with Expo 2020, the changing demands of customers, and the dynamic e-commerce trends, UPS continues to invest in expanding its services and strengthening its infrastructure.
The program is taking place at WakeMed’s flagship hospital and campus in the Raleigh, N.C., metropolitan area, with oversight by the Federal Aviation Administration and North Carolina Department of Transportation.
The independent study, which measures customer value and loyalty, is based on interviews conducted with more than 1,500 freight forwarding decision makers from around the world.
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The project will increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of vaccine delivery through a transport solution model specifically designed by UPS and FIT.
The expansion also includes later pick-up times, improved time-in-transit and Saturday delivery in seven countries in ISMEA