Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Fourscoreandzeroyears, Dec 28, 2018.
I got the beats limited edition wireless headphones yesterday. Too Short sounds amazing
Listening to this whole album. This is the one I used to play in my ride back in the day. Hit hard. Real hard.
Love this video.
We already do what Amazon does in a much smaller capacity with our Professional Services division. Just need to lease more warehouse space invite retailers, drop in some trailers, and eliminate Amazon. We can then suck 15 or 20% fee from every sale the retailers make just as Amazon does and not have to haul it from there facility to ours. Will take some time but it is called Transformation. Not changing our business model just adding to it. If we dont do it we will be transformed out of business.
Better listen now...those Beats headphones are sold by marketing geniuses. In 6 months they will be in a pile on your coffee table.
I know Apple purchased them so maybe quality has improved, at one point they were an absolute joke.
If Amazon really is trying to duplicate UPS or FedEx, they are not doing it right. By subcontracting or franchising their delivery, they are ruining what good image they have. The delivery companies and pvd's are reckless and unorganized. I have seen property damage, vehicle damage and plenty of near misses. Soon, one will hit a kid or person, if not already. They can pass the blame on the subcontractor or pvd, but eventually it will come back on them.
we need to merge UASS. united amazom shopping and shipping
I went to high school with that Filipino chick on the left
Yes! A billion dollars in Orion.
We lost sears?
Haha they make them 5 miles from my house..the Amazon Mercedes vans are going nowhere...I see 50 new ones daily
Laugh all you want but QVC is a pretty big customer for UPS and their sales are increasing every year, I think over $10 billion and it's all shipped.
We go to one of their distribution centers and during peak they probably put 20+ long boxes into the UPS system daily.
Just depends where you are, they just started delivering here about 2 months ago...I went from about 150 Amazon packages a day to 5-15
And if UPS were smart those 5-15 would be billed at full price, not their low rate.
Where’s that, big city or rural?
Sears is going out of business.
Will cease to exist by 2020
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