This article I found linked on this website www.bidnessetec.com says that UPS and FEDEX are looking to capitalize on the weakening euro-market. The article ties is a relation to a move by UPS which bought the high-value insurance company called Paracel Pro which insured things such as wrist watches, jewelry, collectibles and luxury items. Fred Smith CEO of FedEX mentions in this article "Despite the fact that there has been low growth, is still an enormous market, both for import-export and within the European Union overall”. Overall the move is one that reminds me of the definition of vulture-capitalism, and the footnote of UPS buying out high value insurance companies could be tied with the new trade deal just passed while everyone was distracted by the Confederate Flag and Gay Marriage decision from the court. Despite such a strong union prescience I had a favorite supervisor who told me UPS was far more conservative than anyone imagined. That came to my mind as I read this article. Which I have posted bellow in case the trolls want to haggle semantics with me. http://www.bidnessetc.com/46950-fed...-service-inc-looking-to-benefit-from-weak-eu/ If I get to lead the safety meeting tomorrow I want to mention this article and tie it in with package handeling and hand to surface methods...since my sup won't review such things which the CHSP tests us on at times. I digress. Why is UPS so interested in the European market is even our compettor FedEx says their is low growth? Is low growth an excuse to use the principles of capitalist scavenging because the market is that desperate? Perhaps this explains why my building wont spend the money to replace the rollers for the unload so they could finish trucks faster...do Europeans do it better than us? cheaper?