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Most European cities note that they have an ageing population and with more and more people anticipated to live in cities, the subject of mobility within the city is becoming ever more pressing. Brussels, for example, recently reported that almost 30...
New all-electric FedEx vehicles are now operating in 13 cities across China. Traffic restrictions limit vehicle access to parts of some Chinese cities, but electric vehicles are allowed in those places. Jason Wang, Operations Manager, FedEx Express i...
“If I am at my farm across the highway and don’t get home by dusk, I end up sleeping in the fields. I won’t cross the road after dark.” That’s just one person’s experience in Topisi, a village in central Botswana, but many other residents have simila...
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the second largest FedEx Express hub in the world. The Indianapolis Hub opened in 1988 with just over 300 team members. Today it is powered by nearly 4,000 team members and has a sort capacity of 99,000 packages per h...
Juan N. Cento Regional President FedEx Express Latin America and Caribbean Division Juan Cento Q: What does being Hispanic mean to you? A: For me, being Hispanic is about embracing diversity and inclusion. It is about making the best of our differenc...
One year ago, Hurricane Maria swept across Puerto Rico with winds up to 155 mph, devastating the island of 3.4 million residents. This high-end Category 4 hurricane was the worst storm to hit the island in 80 years. Heavy rains and flash floods turne...
Julio C. Barrionuevo Senior Vice President of Operations, Mexico, Central America, Caribbean and GSPs FedEx Express Latin America and Caribbean Division Julio Barrionuevo Q: What are three words to describe yourself? A: Logical, intense and compassio...
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we highlight three of our Hispanic leaders who discuss their career journeys, personal manifestos, and thoughts on diversity and inclusion. The post Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month appeared first on About Fed...
Rene Bustamante Over the 24 years he’s been at FedEx, Staff VP of Global Cash Management Rene Bustamante has mastered the balancing act between his professional love for economics and his personal devotion to helping others through education, mentors...

Strategically located 1.2 Million square-foot regional sortation and distribution center the second largest in UPS U.S. network; will sort 100,000 pieces per hour New operation streamlines processing and expands capacity for rapidly growing package v...
One-day hiring blitz on October 19 part of UPS’s larger effort to hire about 100,000 seasonal employees  Nearly 170 job fairs across the country; anticipate signing up nearly 40,000 in one day UPS (NYSE: UPS) announced today that it expects to sign-u...
Contributes Immediate and Long-Term Recovery Assistance Through its Network of Public-Private Partnerships The UPS Foundation today announced a $1.5 million commitment to support relief and recovery efforts for the earthquake/tsunami in Indonesia and...
Fleet owners are drawn to sustainability benefits and lower ownership costs Infrastructure and vehicle availability remain challenges Attaining environmental benefits and lower cost of ownership are driving more commercial fleets to electrify, accord...
UPS introduces UPS My Choice in Africa, Asia Pacific and the Indian Sub-continent, Caribbean and Central and South America, Middle East, and Oceania, marking the largest expansion since the service’s launch Expansion offers users enhanced visibility ...
National retailer celebrates 10th anniversary of Toys for Tots Literacy Program, invites public to nominate non-profits that need books The UPS Store, Inc. will donate $100,000 worth of books to children-focused non-profit organizations across the co...
Volunteers To Focus On Moving UN Sustainable Goals Forward And Helping Communities Hit By Recent Disasters During UPS Global Volunteer Month UPS (NYSE: UPS) announced today that the company will deploy nearly 40 percent more employees on five contine...
Last night, UPS (NYSE: UPS) was recognized by the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) with a 2018 “Sustain: ABLE Award” at PVA’s annual Mission: ABLE Awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. The company was acknowledged for leadership and support of the P...
UPS (NYSE:UPS) will report its 2018 third-quarter results on Oct. 24. A third-quarter financial results press release will be issued at 7 a.m. ET, and at 8:30 a.m. UPS Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Abney and Chief Financial Officer Richa...

NEWPORT, RI — The U.S. Postal Service and Israel Post today jointly issued a Hanukkah stamp that portrays a papercut menorah that can be used to send holiday messages celebrating this ageless tradition.
PIGEON FORGE, TN — New Sparkling Holidays Commemorative Forever stamps featuring classic images of Santa are available for mailing holiday cards and letters this year— a time-honored tradition embraced by millions annually.
WASHINGTON — The United States Postal Service filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) today of price changes to take effect Jan. 27, 2019.
RALEIGH, NC — The U.S. Postal Service continues to commemorate Kwanzaa, which celebrates values and beliefs around African-American heritage, by dedicating a new Kwanzaa Forever stamp today.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service today announced the appointment of three members to the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC).
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service today announced the appointment of three members to the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC).
WASHINGTON — The calendar says October, and you’re contemplating fall-related items, such as pumpkin spiced anything, seasonal festivals, or what to wear for Halloween. The holidays seem so far away, but they’ll be here before you know it. With that ...
WASHINGTON — El calendario dice octubre, y usted está pensando en cosas relacionadas con el otoño, tales como todo lo que tenga especies de calabaza, los festivales estacionales, o qué ropa ponerse para Halloween. Los días festivos parecen muy lejos,...
WASHINGTON — Thousands of men and women in the nation’s diplomatic corps and in the military will be serving abroad during the holidays and the mail is a great way to stay connected with them by sending them cards, letters, presents and care packages...

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