The UPS Store is your one stop shop for anything mail or office related. If you need to get something shipped to anywhere in the world then it is the place to go. Not only do they have all the supplies you could ever need, but the employees always go out of the way to help you with whatever is necessary. Now, the UPS Store has taken it to a new level and has created a survey for you to fill out so they can improve their offerings that much more. The survey can be found at www.TheUPSStore.com/Survey.
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There are times when regular mail simply won’t do, and this is often the case in business. Letters, packages, or even major deliveries sometimes need faster service than the regular mail can accommodate. The UPS is one of the largest business service centers in the world.
UPS began in 1919, and in 1980 when the Mail Boxes Etc. was conceived, the two companies together have offered customers retail shipping, postal and printing service and the use of business service centers. The headquarters of UPS is in Sandy Springs, Georgia but together with Mail Boxes Etc. the company operates 4,8000 independently owed locations in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
The well known brown trucks that have come to symbolize the company help to deliver over 15 million packages a day to an estimated 6.1 million customers. UPS delivers in over 220 countries and territories around the world.
While the company took on the name UPS it was already serving customers throughout America. The idea came from 19-year-old Jim Casey and 18-year-old Claude Ryan when they founded the American Messenger Company in Seattle, Washington with a small investment. By 1913 using the Model T Ford, the pair merged with Evert McCabe and formed the Merchants Parcel Delivery. At this point, the larger service began to consolidate and streamline the process of delivery by combining packages addressed to certain neighborhoods into one vehicle. The company adopted the tagline “The Delivery System for Stores of Quality”. In 2001 after acquiring Mail Boxes Etc. both stores were rebranded as “The UPS Store.” There have been other acquisitions over the years and in 2007, UPS celebrated its 100 anniversary.
Currently UPS has only one main competitor in FedEx who in 1998 expanded to ground parcel delivery market when it acquired RPS. DHL a company vying for the market that UPS and FedEx dominate expanded in the United States when it acquired Airborne Express.