UPS Worldwide Express Freight expands
UPS has announced the expansion of its UPS Worldwide Express Freight service in 12 new origin and nine new destination countries for urgent, time-sensitive and high-value international heavyweight shipments.
UPS now offers the guaranteed service which is perfect for product launches, inventory shortages or equipment failure replacement parts to 50 origin and 51 destination countries and territories.
Countries adding origin service include: - Chile, Greece, Indonesia, Israel, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Slovakia, Turkey and Vietnam.
Countries adding destination service include: Chile, Indonesia, Israel, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Vietnam.
The service offers faster guaranteed palletised shipments, over 150 lbs. (70 kg.), in more lanes than any other carrier. Delivery is door-to-door and day-definite, with customs brokerage service included. Saturday deliveries are available to select U.S. and Canadian postal codes.
Nick Basford, UPS Vice President of International Marketing, said: "UPS can help make growing internationally easier with solutions like this urgent air freight offering.
“Worldwide Express Freight helps customers get everything, from parts to finished goods, to more destinations fast, enabling businesses of all sizes to better compete on a global scale."
UPS Worldwide Express Freight service offers many of the same features as UPS's Worldwide Express package service, including automated shipment preparation, online tracking and proactive notification technology. In addition, both express freight and package shipments are consolidated into one bill.
For more information on UPS Worldwide Express Freight, visit: ups.com/worldwideexpressfreight
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