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U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is finalizing a rule to require advance electronic manifest submissions for low-value Section 321 truck shipments from Canada and Mexico via the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) system, likely by January 1, 2019.Read More
Small businesses come in all shapes and sizes, which is one of the reasons UPS® is taking a less-is-more approach to businesses looking for the most competitive shipping service to growing their business.Read More
With the implementation of rotating strikes by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers at Canada Post, our priority will be to serve current customers with the same reliable service they have come to expect.Read MoreOpen the link in a new window
Access important year-end holiday season shipping information and resources while learning more about how UPS is prepared for the 2018 holiday season.Read More About UPS Holiday Shipping
During periods of extreme volume surges, UPS must keep up with demand and prepare our network to provide outstanding service quality to customers like you. To ensure our network continues to operate effectively during the holiday season, UPS will implement Peak Season Surcharges to Large Packages and Over Maximum Limit as well as Additional Handling charges.
Peak Surcharges apply in addition to all other applicable charges.Read More About PeakOpen the link in a new window
The world’s largest package delivery company launches compressed natural gas fueling station and vehicles in Vancouver B.C.Read More About the CNG Launch
Effective July 9, 2018 the fee for Over Maximum Limits and the Oversize Pallet Handling Surcharge will increase.Read More About the Rate Changes
Eighty-three per cent of Canadian shoppers made an online purchase from an international retailer, indicating a need for competitive prices and priority international shipping, according to a recent UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper™ study.Read More About UPS Pulse of The Online ShopperOpen the link in a new window
The Government of Canada is soliciting comments from all stakeholders regarding issues or sectors that should be considered by the Regulatory Cooperation Forum (RCF) under the Canada-European Union (EU) Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).Read more on CETA RCF Consultation
With unprecedented volume fueled by the rise of e-commerce and the growth of Canadian businesses, UPS plans to invest more than $500 million towards facility expansions and technological enhancements in Canada, adding more than 1,000 new jobs. The investment in Canada is included in the company’s previously stated capital expenditures for 2018.Read More About UPS Canada GrowthOpen the link in a new window
UPS continues to support the Canadian communities it serves, contributing more than $2 million in grants and charitable donations in 2017. For the 16th consecutive year, UPS Canada was presented with the ‘Thanks a Million’ award, growing its 30 year relationship with the United Way in Canada and raising more than $1.1 million toward United Way initiatives in 2017.Read More About UPS Canada’s Community ContributionsOpen the link in a new window
UPS is launching a daily non-stop flight from its Worldport® global air hub in Louisville, KY., to Dubai, UAE, improving time-in-transit from North and South America to key destinations in the Middle East by a full business day. The flight, operated with one of UPS’s new 747-8F freighters, is part of the build out of UPS’s smart global logistics network and takes place as the company plans for its role as official logistics provider for Expo 2020 Dubai.Read More About Flights to DubaiOpen the link in a new window
Fraudulent emails adopt many different forms and are the unauthorized actions of third parties not associated with UPS. There have been a number of fraudulent emails reported, and new spoofs continue to be introduced.Read More About Fraudulent Emails