UPS adds peak delivery surcharge to manage e-commerce demand amid coronavirus

cheryl

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UPS adds peak delivery surcharge to manage e-commerce demand amid coronavirus - Fox Business

UPS typically imposes extra fees on merchants during the busy Christmas shopping season

United Parcel Service Inc. is adding "peak" surcharges for companies that have been inundating its delivery network with too many packages and oversize items during the coronavirus pandemic, an unprecedented move to manage a summer flood of shipments and higher costs.

UPS typically imposes extra fees on merchants during the busy Christmas shopping season, but -- for the first time in the e-commerce era -- will add such surcharges starting May 31. The fees would apply to large online sellers like Amazon.com Inc. as well as traditional retailers like Target Corp. and Best Buy Co. that have shifted heavily to e-commerce as many stores have closed temporarily.
 

11.19igrad

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UPS adds peak delivery surcharge to manage e-commerce demand amid coronavirus - Fox Business

UPS typically imposes extra fees on merchants during the busy Christmas shopping season

United Parcel Service Inc. is adding "peak" surcharges for companies that have been inundating its delivery network with too many packages and oversize items during the coronavirus pandemic, an unprecedented move to manage a summer flood of shipments and higher costs.

UPS typically imposes extra fees on merchants during the busy Christmas shopping season, but -- for the first time in the e-commerce era -- will add such surcharges starting May 31. The fees would apply to large online sellers like Amazon.com Inc. as well as traditional retailers like Target Corp. and Best Buy Co. that have shifted heavily to e-commerce as many stores have closed temporarily.
Good take your lazy ass to walmart
 

OrioN

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Ugh, is that why we were warned last week that FXG is going to be heavier again during June???
 

11.19igrad

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smh---That is UPS's solution--chase business away? What a business plan.
People need to pay $20 per step for their dumb :censored2: for more than 8 steps. There should be a dumpster at apartments, anything worth less than $10 gets dumped and you dig it out.

Its fun to fantasize
 

Ghost in the Darkness

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smh---That is UPS's solution--chase business away? What a business plan.
Get those sales leads in...lol. They don't even ask me to, they'll just set up smart pickups for places that aren't even open or don't even ship and the people who work there know nothing about it.
 
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