UPS Fact Sheet

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Get the facts and figures about the world's largest package delivery company and one of the leading global providers of specialized transportation and logistics services

Founded in Seattle, Wash., USA
August 28, 1907
Headquarters Atlanta, Ga., USA
Worldwide web address
Chief Executive Officer David Abney
2017 revenue $66 billion
Employees More than 454,000 globally (374,000 in U.S.)


2017 revenue $54 billion
2017 global delivery volume 5.1 billion packages and documents
Daily global delivery volume 20 million packages and documents
Daily U.S.  air volume 2.9 million packages and documents
Daily international volume 3.1 million packages and documents
Service area More than 220 countries and territories; Every address in North America and Europe
Customers 1.5 million pick-up, 9 million delivery
Online tracking 142.7 million tracking requests per business day
Retail access The UPS Store, over 5,000; UPS Customer Centers, approximately 1,000; Authorized outlets, 8,500: UPS Drop Boxes, approximately 41,000; UPS Access Point locations, more than 28,000
Operating facilities More than 1,800
Delivery fleet About 119,000 package cars, vans, tractors, motorcycles, including more than 9,300 alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles
UPS jet aircraft Own 247
Short-termed leased or
Chartered aircraft
Daily flight segments Domestic - 1,063; International - 1,179
Airports served Domestic - 384; International - 395
Air hubs  
  United States Louisville, Ky. (main Global Air Hub); Philadelphia, Pa.; Dallas, Texas; Ontario, Calif., Rockford, Ill.
  Europe Cologne/Bonn, Germany
  Asia  Pacific Shanghai; Shenzhen; Hong Kong
  Latin America  and Caribbean Miami, Fla., USA
  Canada Hamilton, Ontario


2017 net revenue $12 billion
UPS Supply Chain Solutions  
Key services Logistics and distribution; transportation and freight (air, sea, ground, rail); freight forwarding to more than 200 countries; international trade management and customs brokerage.
Specialty services Service parts logistics; technical repair and configuration; supply chain design and planning; returns management.
Facilities More than 500 facilities in more than 125 countries; 34 million sq. ft.


UPS Freight
Key services Leading provider of less-than-truckload and truckload services coast-to-coast
Delivery fleet Over 5,900 vehicles; over 21,000 trailers
Facilities 200 service centers
Freight Brokerage Services Coyote Logistics provides truckload, intermodal, and less-than- truckload brokerage and transportation management services using a network of more than 50,000 carriers across the United States, Mexico, Europe and Canada.


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