Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Wally, Aug 29, 2019.
How Amazon’s Shipping Empire Is Challenging UPS and FedEx
Yes. Party is over
A van can handle only so much. Good luck at peak.
Multiple vans can handle even more. Maf is complicated.
Once upon a time, UPS offered to ship company-X's packages. Then one day, company-X decided to save money and ship it's own packages. Along the way, Company-X decided to help Company-A and Company-B save money on shipping costs too! In the end, many companies decided to save money by shipping with Company-X instead of UPS.
4 of which deliver to the same street on the same day, at the same time.
Logistics is complicateder
Sorry im not paying to read digital media
If they can handle peak, fine. If not, good luck. UPS shouldn't allow them to dump on up for only 5 weeks.
“Shipping empire” lmao
Should have been cut off ten years ago. UPS is probably the biggest reason Amazon is as powerful as they are. They would have drowned in their own vomit without us.
When was the last time UPS handled peak? With or without Amazon. Hell peak was a cluster F when I worked-- long before Amazon.
Well to be fair the drivers back then were a bunch of useless D bags.
They're much better now.
Why would company A and B put their product and more importantly their customer base into company X network when they are rivals of company X?
Company X will never get A, B or even company C business
Are you talking about the crybabies of today. Waaaa--it's too hot---Waaaa-I want to grow a beard- Waaaaa-I have dust in the back of my truck---Waaaa-my shirt iches- Waaaa-my sup is picking on me- I could go on.
And we were well compensated for being useless I might add.
Helps that you walked all over your fellow teamster brother and sisters.
We had no choice---the PT'ers layed down in front of us and refused to vote
Did that make it easier to walk over them to put your yes vote in the mail?
What Amazon's One-Day Delivery Means for UPS, FedEx, Walmart and Target
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