The new order will bring UPS’ 767 freighter fleet to 108 jets, Boeing said, adding that deliveries of the new jets will begin in 2025, but without revealing the financial details of the deal.
ATLANTA – UPS (NYSE: UPS) today announced plans to acquire Bomi Group, an industry-leading multinational healthcare logistics provider. The transaction will add temperature-controlled facilities in 14 countries and nearly 3,000 highly-skilled Bomi Group team members to the UPS Healthcare network in Europe and Latin America.
“As a leading global healthcare logistics company, Bomi enhances our portfolio of services and accelerates our journey to become the number one provider of complex healthcare logistics,” said EVP and President of UPS International, Healthcare and Supply Chain Solutions Kate Gutmann. “UPS Healthcare and Bomi Group employees share similar values and our cultures are firmly rooted in a relentless focus on quality. The combination of our two teams will significantly improve our healthcare customers’ ability to continue to develop and deliver life-saving innovations.”
A UPS driver saved a 7-year-old girl from drowning at a resort north of Soap Lake in Washington, local media outlets reported. According to a video shared on Facebook by Kyle Foreman, a public information officer for the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, the incident took place shortly after noon on July 20. Emergency officials were sent to the Smokiam RV Resort to help the girl, who was reportedly in danger of drowning in a swimming pool.
Global logistics firm UPS on Tuesday launched a new airport gateway facility at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) here. UPS will operate a new Boeing 747-8 flight, linking customers in India with those in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
This is UPS is second dedicated airport gateway facility in India after opening its Delhi airport gateway in 2020.
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Gas prices are falling but remain high. As of Monday morning, the average price for a gallon in Omaha is $4.41.
However, UPS has been able to get the most out of its fuel, saving them from extra stops at the pump.
UPS began using its ORION program (On-Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation) in 2012 to make delivery more efficient.
The system has undergone a dynamic optimization update this year, which recalculates individual package delivery routes throughout the day as traffic conditions and commitments change.
A UPS driver makes between 120-175 stops a day. The ORION system constantly calculates routes for every combination of those stops to ensure top efficiency, evaluating more than 200,000 alternative ways to run a single route.