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November 16, 2012
15:01 EDTUPSUPS sets new rates for 2013
UPS released new published rates for 2013, including an average net increase of 4.5% on all UPS Air and U.S. origin international services and 4.9% on UPS Ground services. The rate increase for UPS Air and International Services is based on a 6.5% average increase in the base rate, less a two percentage point reduction to the Air and International fuel surcharge table. The rate increase for UPS Ground services is based on a 5.9% average increase in the base rate, less a one percentage point reduction to the Ground fuel surcharge table. Additionally, UPS Next Day Air Freight, UPS 2nd Day Air Freight and UPS 3 Day Freight rates for shipments within and between the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico will increase 4.9%.
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August 19, 2014
10:28 EDTUPSUPS establishes freight forwarding services in Myanmar
UPS announced the expansion of inbound and outbound air and ocean freight services in Myanmar for the first time. Global customers trading to and from this emerging market will have access to UPS's supply chain technologies and services, which initially will include UPS Air Freight Direct, UPS Air Freight Consolidated, Full Container Load and Less-than Container Load services.
07:37 EDTUPSUPS management to meet with William Blair
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August 14, 2014
06:23 EDTUPSFedEx, UPS brings express services to more China cities, Reuters says
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August 13, 2014
07:29 EDTUPSUPS, FedEx face new challenges, invest in technology to answer, FT says
Online retailing is driving up traffic volumes and the number of stops needed for both UPS (UPS) and FedEx (FDX), while also making flows harder to predict, and the shipping giants are making efficiency-boosting investments in technology to avoid a repeat of the type of issues that plagued UPS last Christmas, said Financial Times. Reference Link

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