Tuesday, 31 July 2012

UPS introduces new transit times for freight services to Eastern Canada

Soon, shipments to Eastern Canada will arrive on the next working day. The freight forwarder, UPS, has rollout new transit times for shipments from and to Atlantic Canada, enabling a increased flow of goods.

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This will not only be available for domestic and international freight but also for parcel deliveries to Eastern Canada. In addition to that, the UPS Express Early AM service will have its delivery times moved form 9am to 8.30am whilst Express and Express Saver will aim to deliver consignments until 10.30am or noon.
“By Bringing state-of-the art technology and our superior global supply chain network to as many communities as possible in Atlantic Canada, we are making it easier for local entrepreneurs and businesses to grow regionally, nationally and globally”, explained Nicolas Dorget, vice president of marketing, UPS Canada.
Beyond that, UPS is also considering Saturday parcel deliveries to certain destinations such as Halifax, Moncton and St John’s.

Source: UPS

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