UPS expands country network
08 / 01 / 2009
UPS has begun offering domestic express pick-up and delivery services inside 16 additional countries across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.
Shippers will be able to consolidate all of their package delivery services with one carrier, thereby cutting out redundant shipping processes and hopefully saving money.
The countries are: Algeria, Argentina, Chile, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Malta, Pakistan, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, Ukraine and UAE.
“This expansion represents an investment for the future through markets where we’re seeing growing demand,” said Dan Brutto, president of UPS International. “While we’ve provided international service to these countries for years, we see an opportunity now to expand our customer base and grow our business. We’re excited that we can extend our network to meet the growing needs of these customers.”