Aug. 24 2006
Computers, software and cash. Several hundred small businesses already are in the running for those prizes and more as a part of UPS's Best "Out-of-the-Box" Small Business Contest. And there's still time... View More
Aug. 24 2006
DHL Global Mail today announced the expansion of its Mail Terminal network due to increased volume and customer demand. The new Kansas City Mail Terminal in Shawnee, Kansas is expected to handle more than... View More
Aug. 24 2006
FedEx Corp. today announced its plans to donate $5.5 million over the next five years to ORBIS International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of blindness worldwide. This pledge represents... View More
Aug. 24 2006
provide domestic air transportation of primarily First Class and Priority Mail. Under the agreement, UPS initially will provide airlift of First Class and Priority Mail volume each week to and from 98... View More
Aug. 24 2006
Associated Global Systems (AGS) has expanded its residential delivery service to now deliver products of any weight and size to any residential address in America. The service, AGS Home Delivery Service,... View More
Aug. 24 2006
Truckload provider, Schneider National Inc., announced that it will sell its Specialized Division to Maverick USA, Inc., a flatbed transportation and logistics provider. According to a joint company news... View More
Aug. 24 2006
DHL, the worlds leading express delivery and logistics company, today announced the introduction of five new direct overnight flights from key Asia Pacific markets directly into DHLs International Gateway... View More
Aug. 24 2006
At a ceremony attended by the North Rhine-Westphalian Minister for Economics, Mid-Sized Businesses and Energy, Ms. Christa Thoben, DHL's most advanced logistics center was opened in Greven near Monster... View More
Aug. 24 2006
UPS today announced the opening of two UPS Express retail centers in Shanghai, China. This is the first retail endeavor launched by UPS in China. The centers are located in key central business districts... View More
Aug. 24 2006
DHL, the world�s leading express delivery and logistics company, has launched its �Green Logistics� environmental initiative in Japan. In... View More
Aug. 24 2006
Freight transportation and logistics provider Con-way Inc. ,announced today it has entered into an agreement to sell off its expedited freight transportation business, Con-way Expedite, to Panther Expedited... View More
Aug. 24 2006
DHL Global Forwarding, part of the logistics division of DHL, announced today that, effective October 1st, it will relocate its ocean freight and customs brokerage operations in Charleston, SC to expanded... View More
Aug. 24 2006
The Board of Directors of UPS (NYSE:UPS) today declared a regular quarterly dividend of 38-cents per share on all outstanding Class A and Class B shares. The dividend is payable Sept. 6, 2006, to shareholders... View More
Aug. 24 2006
DHL Global Mail announced enhancements to its residential postal parcel delivery services to Latin America. In response to dramatic increases in e-commerce and mail order shipping to customers in the region,... View More
Aug. 24 2006
UPS today reported a strong gain in consolidated revenue and a 10.2% improvement in earnings per diluted share to $0.97. Global small package volume rose 6% or 841,000 additional packages each day. Consolidated... View More
Aug. 24 2006
U.S. air exports shattered all-time records in 2005 for shipments, revenue and tonnage, reflecting a resilient global economy, the residual impact of a weak U.S. dollar and airfreights importance in optimizing... View More
Aug. 24 2006
UPS's fleet of alternative fuel trucks recently hit a major milestone, surpassing more than 100 million miles in delivering packages to homes and businesses. The total mileage accumulated just since 2000... View More
Aug. 24 2006
FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., and the U.S. Postal Service today announced a new agreement for domestic air transportation of mail through 2013. The Postal Service and FedEx Express signed... View More
Aug. 8 2006
While the rates for the U.S. Postal Services two- to three-day Priority Mail service are changing to more accurately reflect processing and delivery costs, Priority Mail will remain highly competitive... View More
Aug. 8 2006
Every merchandiser understands intimately how returns processing can jeopardize the smallest or largest business operation. If not handled efficiently, returned merchandise can put a damper not only on... View More

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