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UPS Releases Fifth Annual High Tech Survey Results

  • 74% expect high-tech exports to grow at the same or faster pace
  • 45% of survey respondents using new right-shoring strategy
  • 71% said they are already selling products in China
  • 70% have hands-on experience with 3D printing


Statement about UPS Policy Regarding Shipment of Silencers

UPS accepts for shipment certain firearms, firearms ammunition and firearms accessories as long as the shipments comply with applicable law and are shipped in accordance with company policies. These shipments must be between licensed manufacturers, dealers, collectors and importers and government agencies, or, where not otherwise prohibited by law, between such licensees and individuals, but exclude consumer-to-consumer shipments. UPS has for many years restricted shipments of silencers or mufflers as part of the company's firearms and ammunition policy. The company's general policy is available at the following link.


UPS Delivers for the 2015 Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles

UPS Airlines to Transport Flame of Hope™ from Greece to US; UPS volunteers and logistics expertise to assist in event execution

UPS® (NYSE: UPS) announced today that it will serve as an official supplier to the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 (LA2015). Designated a Games Supplier, UPS will donate its logistics expertise, warehousing and volunteers to help mobilize the Games that will see 7,000 athletes and 3,000 coaches visit Los Angeles from July 25-Aug. 2, 2015.


Mark Wallace Appointed Engineering Senior Vice President, Mitch Nichols Announces Retirement

UPS® (NYSE: UPS) today announced Mark Wallace, age 52, is appointed senior vice president of engineering, replacing Mitch Nichols, age 59, who has elected to retire after 28 years with the company. In his new assignment, Wallace will lead the company's global engineering and sustainability activities. Wallace joins the UPS Management Committee, a group of the most senior executives responsible for day-to-day management of the company.

UPS Leadership

As businesses, we've come a long way to encourage diversity and inclusion, according to Alan Gershenhorn, the Chief Commercial Officer for UPS, who was the keynote speaker at the HACR Corporate Executives Forum. "But every day, we’re reminded just how far we still have to go." Learn More »

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