UPS And FamilyMart Offer Taiwanese Businesses Speedy Access To International Marketplace

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    • UPS Worldwide Express Saver™ is available at more than 3,000 FamilyMart convenience stores island wide
    • Service guarantees time-definite delivery within two days to select postal codes in major cities throughout Asia Pacific and North America.
    • Customers will receive a Let’s Café coupon when shipping international documents or parcels between 2kg and 10kg using UPS Worldwide Express Saver™

    UPS (NYSE:UPS) today announced that from September 14 to November 10, customers who ship documents or parcels using UPS Worldwide Express Saver™ from any FamilyMart outlet will receive a NTD35 coupon for Let’s Café.

    “UPS and FamilyMart have collaborated for more than 15 years to provide global accessibility for Taiwanese companies. Being an export-driven economy, we’re constantly looking to help businesses simplify and ease the exporting process,” said Wayne Pi, Managing Director of UPS Taiwan. “With so many locations around the country with around-the-clock service, the option to send time-sensitive documents and parcels is never more than a five-minute walk away.”

    The partnership also extends UPS’s express package delivery and online tracking services to businesses in small towns and rural areas through FamilyMart’s extensive footprint of over 3,000 outlets located throughout Taiwan.

    “FamilyMart has built and maintained a reputation for convenience and outstanding service over the last three decades. With the support of UPS, we can continue building on this reputation by diversifying our offerings to serve our customers better,” said Chin-Ching Lin, Head of FamilyMart E-Retail Business Department.

    UPS delivers more guaranteed packages on time around the world than any other carrier, and UPS Worldwide Express Saver™reaches more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, covering the world’s key commercial centers.