UPS & ChannelAdvisor Simplify Global Shipping And E-Commerce For Small And Medium-Sized Businesses

  • Qualified UPS® business customers can buy a new subscription to ChannelAdvisor’s e-commerce solutions at a discount
  • UPS services are integrated within ChannelAdvisor to easily manage U.S. and international shipping in one place

UPS (NYSE: UPS) announced today that ChannelAdvisor Corporation (NYSE: ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions, now offers its services to thousands of small and medium-sized business (SMB) e-commerce customers at a discounted rate as part of UPS’s Customer Technology Program.

With ChannelAdvisor, brands and retailers can manage, optimize, and fulfill their merchandise sales on more than 130 marketplaces globally, including Amazon, eBay, Google Shopping Actions, and Walmart. Through its robust and comprehensive suite of automation and analytics tools, ChannelAdvisor helps brands and retailers streamline their operations to achieve cost-saving efficiencies while meeting consumer expectations for fulfillment.

UPS won’t add residential delivery holiday surcharges — but that comes with a cost – Atlanta Business Chronicle

UPS won’t be applying additional surcharges to U.S. residential deliveries this holiday season, but an industry analyst says the company will be offsetting the revenue loss by creating a longer peak season.

United Parcel Service Inc. (NYSE: UPS) is breaking from last year’s decision to apply additional costs during its peak winter season to domestic residential deliveries. The Atlanta-based logistics giant credits the move to cost savings from newly created operating efficiency with its expanded air freight network (20 new aircraft in 2018 and 2019) and added capacity from its new Super Hubs, such as the 321-acre facility that opened in Atlanta last October.

“We delivered a record-setting 2018 peak season in terms of both on-time delivery performance and operations execution,” said CEO and Chairman David Abney in a news release. “We will build on the lessons learned last year and leverage our new efficient air and ground capacity to make the 2019 peak season another success for customers, investors and other stakeholders.”

Robert Herjavec Selects Top Winners In The UPS Store First National Small Biz Challenge

Female Entrepreneurs, Samia Bingham of Flavors Culinary Group and Ingrid Sanden of Boolean Girl Tech take top prizes in live competition

Wrapping up two captivating events, two female small business owners walked away winners of the first national Small Biz Challenge competition. Hosted by The UPS Store, Inc. in collaboration with Inc. magazine, the lively Small Biz Challenge tested the entrepreneurial skills of six dynamic entrepreneurs. Samia Bingham of Flavors Culinary Group from Fort Washington, Md. took away $14,000 from the event in Los Angeles, and Ingrid Sanden of Boolean Girl Tech from Arlington, Va. won a total of $12,000 in New York. To help each winner further amplify the story of their business through national attention, they will also receive an editorial feature in the November 2019 issue of Inc. magazine.

Why UPS Stock Is Outperforming FedEx in 2019 – Motley Fool

Investors had quite different expectations for the two shipping and logistics giants.

There’s been a huge divergence in the fortunes of United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS) and FedEx (NYSE:FDX) over the past year. UPS’s stock has outperformed its rival’s by over 30% in the last 12 months, and its 18% rise so far in 2019 stands in stark contrast to FedEx’s decline of around 2%. Given that, the natural question for investors is, why is UPS significantly besting FedEx in terms of share price performance?
It’s not just about end markets
Both companies are feeling the chill of slowing global trade growth, which has negatively impacted international shipping volumes, but it’s here where the similarities end in 2019. Whereas FedEx’s management has been highly vocal in blaming the impact of weakening end markets, UPS’s has taken it on the chin. So what’s the key difference between the two?