- UPS founders would be alarmed at capex, buybacks, debt and pension.
- Ratios, while far from conclusive, offer a starting point for a conversation about current leadership decision making.
- Lead up to and during May 2018 annual shareholder meeting would be an opportune time.
- Credit lines up to $1.5 million on in-transit goods
- Longer repayment terms up to 90 days from 75 days
- Unsecured credit lines
- Working capital available to support growth opportunities
“That was a business decision on UPS’s part, whether to go in there or not, and I think they based that decision on the fact that they told us some of their drivers have been threatened by firearms,” the sheriff said. “One driver had a dog sicced on him. That was not reported to us at the time or we would have investigated. So they made their business decision based on that.”
Myron A. Gray, president, U.S. Operations, United Parcel Service, Atlanta, Georgia, named Deputy Chair.