Questions surround UPS plan to move Paramus site to Woodland Park - North Jersey It’s clear that United Parcel Service stands to receive more than $6 million in tax incentives for keeping nearly 1,000 jobs in New Jersey despite planning to close its Paramus data processing center. Most everything else remains a mystery. The state Economic Development Authority approved the $6.4 million in incentives Tuesday morning, noting UPS said it was considering relocating the 929 workers to Woodland Park. But officials in the affected towns weren’t given a heads-up, as is often the case. EDA’s summary of the UPS application listed 385 Rifle Camp Road in Woodland Park — owned by the Bank of New York Mellon — as a possible new location, but on Wednesday the owners said the building is not on the market.