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UPS is a logistics company  that handles 2% of world’s GDP globally.
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UPS Joins With Expo 2020 Dubai As Official Logistics Partner
Expo 2020 Dubai is set to bring together innovators and inventors from around the globe. Minds and nations will come together to create a better future for humanity. UPS is proud to be the official logistics partner of this world-class event. Expo2020dubai.ae
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UPS Rubs Logistics
I recently made a vid about USPS and their atrocious services ("United States Service : Artificially Intelligent And Formally Impersonal," https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAQBgFitLag), but this will top them all. So, UPS lost my package, but they will not compensate for it. Either I must in the twilight zone or they are in the lalaland. No wonder even Trump becomes the president of the most narcissistic country in history of mankind. It does show the level of the “service” and how they feel truly "for" people. They are not here for people. They are here for themselves only, and the people of the US are just sitting ducks. Anyway, their atrocious “service” sounds like a class action to me, and certainly they are not a fair business trading company. Write down “NO” so that you won’t forget that they do not compensate for any lost packages. Can you believe this condescending idiot named Andrew is actually the supervisor of the UPS supervisors? Simply “lol.” I think UPS stands for "UP w/ YourS."
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UPS We Love Logistics
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JIM BARBER, President of UPS International addresses the Media in Dubai
DUBAI: Expo 2020 Dubai has chosen leading global logistics firm UPS to handle the logistics operations for World Expo 2020 Dubai, which is expected to attract millions of visitors between its opening day on October 20, 2020 through April 10, 2021. With more than 180 countries expected to participate and hundreds of thousands of visitors on peak days, the Expo will be one the most complex logistics projects UPS has tackled, added Jim Barber, President of UPS International who was also flanked by Jean-Francois Condamine, UPS President of the Indian Sub-continent, Middle East and Africa (ISMEA). Marjan Faraidooni, Senior Vice President, Legacy Development and Impact at Expo 2020 Dubai was also present during the press conference held at the Expo 2020 site office. As Official Logistics Partner, UPS will provide more than 27,000 square meters of warehouse space, equivalent to four soccer fields, and a team of 1,000 employees during the Expo. The team will rely on expertise as logistics sponsor in the 2012 Olympic Games in London and the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. The Expo 2020 theme, "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future," provides a platform to foster creativity, innovation and collaboration globally. Mobility is one of the key pillars of Expo 2020 Dubai. It is seen as the bridge to opportunity by connecting people, goods and ideas and providing easier access to markets, knowledge and innovation. UPS will play a key role - not only during Expo 2020 Dubai but long after the doors close in 2021. Operating in the region since 1989, UPS will help establish Dubai as a transportation hub for global commerce connecting trade from the Middle East to China, Africa, Europe and the US. Baker says plans are in the pipeline to expand UPS's presence in the region by establishing capacity, technology and staff capabilities to serve customers shipping to and through Dubai, long after the Expo concludes. He noted that an undertaking of this magnitude and sophistication requires a next generation network that is smart, efficient, and integrated. The United Arab Emirates is home to one of the world's busiest airports, Dubai International, along with the port of Jebel Ali, the largest container port outside the Far East.
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Logistics Solutions for Clinical Trials and Specimen Logistics
From distributing test kits, investigational medicinal products and supplies to getting specimens back to the testing lab, healthcare logistics are critically important. For all of us. And for your business, they’re everything. UPS gets that. We are ready to customize a logistics solution to fit your specific needs. www.ups.com/healthcare
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Hot Shot - Freight - Portland - Logistics - UPS - 3pl - Warehouse - Transformed Services Inc.
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DHL joins UPS and FedEx in going electric with e-Bikes, e-Trikes and e-Quads.
DHL goes electric with e-Bikes, Trikes and Quads. The future of e-Cargo! To see our 2017 e-Bikes and conversion kits, and more. Visit us @ https://augustineebikes.com If you enjoyed this video, SUBSCRIBE to our channel so we can keep bringing you the latest on the world of e-Bikes! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdYCSupNNEIZMUMbkaG80fw?sub_confirmation=1 E-cargo is growing more popular among delivery services in Europe and all over the world. People shop online all the time and couriers must guarantee fast shipping. The costs of this kind of service are high: gas, driver, insurance, etc. Managing a courier delivery service efficiently has been taken as an example of one of the most complicated math problems especially calculating the optimal route to distribute the packages. It’s easy to understand why delivery service companies are looking to reduce expenses in every way they can. One of the most promising evolutions from this point of view is the implementation of cargo e-bikes. The pros are a lot: costs are low, load capacity is high, they can circulate in traffic restricted areas. There are many pros for citizens as well: these vehicles don’t contribute to pollution. They are also significantly smaller than the commonly used mini-trucks. There are many types of cargo e-bikes two-wheeled, three-wheeled and four-wheeled and are being tested by DHL all over Europe. The Quab e-bike container dimensions are 80 x 120 x 100 cm. You can load a maximum of 125 kg in it. If compared to other cargo ebikes, the main innovation of this Quad e-bike is a better integration with DHL’s logistics system: the container has standard dimensions, it’s detachable and it can be transported by other DHL vehicles. Thanks for watching our videos. We hope to provide you engaging and relevant information on the growing e-Bike market and it's latest trends and technologies. When you have a moment come DISCOVER our 2017 e-Bikes. We also have 500w to 3000w conversion kits available @ https://augustineebikes.com Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AugustineEbike or Tweet us http://twitter.com/augustineebikes The Augustine e-Bikes, 2017 Channel explores: E-Bike Tips E-bike Reviews E-bike How-Tos Great E-bike Rides E-Bike Technology E-bike Conversion Kits E-bike tutorials E-bike motors E-bike batteries E-bike Travel E-bike Accessories E-bike Gadgets and more....
People Test Out the UPS Laboratory Pak
If you’re shipping specimens, you’ll want to use the durable, reliable and leak-resistant UPS Laboratory Pak – watch the video to learn why. To get UPS Lab Paks at no cost, contact your UPS account representative or go to https://www.ups.com/ and use your shipping account number to order supplies. Laboratory packaging is just a small part of UPS’s vast portfolio of healthcare logistics solutions. Discover more: http://www.ups.com/healthcare
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2016 Franz Edelman Award Winner UPS
UPS On-Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation (ORION) Project UPS, the leading logistics provider in the world, and long known for its penchant for efficiency, embarked on a long journey to streamline and modernize its Pickup and Delivery Operations in 2003. This journey resulted in a suite of systems that are collectively known as Package Flow technologies (PFT), and an advanced optimization system known as ORION (On Road Integrated Optimization and Navigation). ORION uses the data foundation of PFT to provide an optimized manifest to its drivers so that they can meet the complex demands of providing service. Costing $250 million to build and deploy, ORION is expected to save UPS $300 to $400 million annually. By building efficient routes and reducing the miles driven, and fuel consumption, ORION also contributes to UPS’s sustainability efforts by reducing the CO2 emissions by 100,000 tons annually. ORION provides the foundation for a new generation of advanced planning systems for UPS. Because of its sheer size and scope, it has come to be regarded as one of the largest operations research projects in the world.
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UPS Employee on a Friday FAIL
UPS delivery man, employee handles with care by throwing packages. United Problem Solvers. We Love Logistics. Boulder, Colorado January 20, 2017 at approximately 4:45pm The UPS Store at 1630 30th Street, Suite A, Boulder, CO 80301 Delivery man FAIL. Bad Employee. UPS package handling. Damaged goods. United Parcel Service James E. Casey, founder of UPS David Abney, CEO Scott Davis, Chairman Sandy Springs, Georgia GA
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The Logistics of Love
To get flowers, sweets and gifts to you by Feb. 14 it takes a global logistics network helping Cupid. We anticipate delivering more than 89 million flowers to loved ones around the world by Valentine's Day. Starting in the flower farms of South America, we can deliver fresh flowers within 24 to 48 hours of you clicking checkout. Watch the "Logistics of Love" to learn about how we help Cupid spread the love!
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UPS tests truck-launched drone
UPS has successfully tested a drone that launches from the top of a UPS package car, autonomously delivers a package to a home and then returns to the vehicle while the delivery driver continues along the route to make a separate delivery. UPS conducted the test in February 2017 in Tampa, Florida with Workhorse Group, an Ohio-based battery-electric truck and drone developer. Workhorse built the drone and the electric UPS package car used in the test. “This test is different than anything we’ve done with drones so far. It has implications for future deliveries, especially in rural locations where our package cars often have to travel miles to make a single delivery,” said Mark Wallace, UPS senior vice president of global engineering and sustainability. “Imagine a triangular delivery route where the stops are miles apart by road. Sending a drone from a package car to make just one of those deliveries can reduce costly miles driven. This is a big step toward bolstering efficiency in our network and reducing our emissions at the same time.” With ORION, UPS’s On-Road Integrated Optimisation Navigation routing software, a reduction of just one mile per driver per day over one year can save UPS up to $50m. UPS has about 102,000 delivery drivers on the road each day. Rural delivery routes are the most expensive to serve due to the time and vehicle expenses required to complete each delivery. In this test, the drone made one delivery while the driver continued down the road to make another. This is a possible role UPS envisions for drones in the future. “Drivers are the face of our company, and that won’t change,” Wallace said. “What’s exciting is the potential for drones to aid drivers at various points along their routes, helping them save time and deliver on increasing customer service needs that stem from the growth of e-commerce.” The drone used in Monday’s test was the Workhorse HorseFly UAV Delivery system. It is a high-efficiency, octocopter delivery drone that is fully integrated with Workhorse’s line of electric/hybrid delivery trucks. The drone docks on the roof of the delivery truck. A cage suspended beneath the drone, extends through a hatch into the truck. A UPS driver inside loads a package into the cage and presses a button on a touch screen, sending the drone on a preset autonomous route to an address. The battery-powered HorseFly drone recharges while it’s docked. It has a 30-minute flight time and can carry a package weighing up to 10lb (4.5kg). “It’s wonderful to see this technology applied in such a practical way,” said Stephen Burns, Workhorse founder and CEO. “The drone is fully autonomous. It doesn’t require a pilot. So the delivery driver is free to make other deliveries while the drone is away.” UPS has been testing automation and robotics technologies, including drones, for years. Last September, UPS staged a mock delivery of urgently needed medicine from Beverly, Mass. to an island three miles off the Atlantic coast. Additionally, UPS is using drones extensively for humanitarian relief, partnering with third-party organisations to deliver life-saving blood and vaccines to hard-to-reach locations in Rwanda. UPS also is utilising drones to check inventory on high storage shelves in its warehouses. Unlike all of the previous tests, the most recent UPS drone test shows how drones might assist in making non-urgent residential deliveries as part of the day-to-day operation. Last year, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued small unmanned aircraft systems rules that allow for some commercial use of drones and paved the way for future expanded applications. UPS was one of 35 selected from a cross-section of key stakeholders to serve on the FAA’s drone advisory committee. The committee will provide the FAA recommendations on key drone integration issues that will ultimately allow for safe and secure operations of drones within the National Air Space System.
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Triumph Motorcycles: UPS helps streamline North American operations
Triumph has been making some of the finest motorcycles in the world for more than 125 years. Watch how UPS streamlined their North American operations to serve both their dealer network and end consumers better. UPS’s distribution and logistics solutions helped reduce delivery times, increase reliability, and improve relations with their North American dealers. Visit http://www.ups.com/automotive to learn more.
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UPS Issues...Again | ReFactorissimo with Arumba Part 49
FACTORIO! Let's Play Modded Factorio, shall we? In this Let's Play, we'll be playing Modded Factorio with Arumba! In this series Arumba and I have added pretty much every mod available! Remember if you're having fun and liking the content then fire some likes, drop some comments and share it with your buddies! Arumba: https://www.youtube.com/arumba Download Factorio : https://www.factorio.com/preorder ReFactorissimo Playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLifNPJsp2MOff8Bp5zek2oUU1HGufATF1 Twitter : http://twitter.com/Steejo Donate: https://streamtip.com/y/steejo Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/Steejo Mods: https://www.dropbox.com/s/uk3802lvkuunw0n/ReFactorissimo.7z?dl=0 AAI Programmable Vehicles, Add Loader, Advanced Logistics System, Angel's Ores, Angel's Petrochem, ArumbaLights, AutoDeconstruct, AutoFill, AutoTrash, Bob's Mods, BottleNeck, BottleNeck Logistics, Bullet Trails, Burner Leech, Copy Assembler Pipe Direction, Bot Recaller, Crafting Combinator, Crafting Speed Research, Enchanced Map Colors, Expanded Robot Tech, Factorissimo 2, FARL, Foreman, GDIW, Handy Hands, Item Count, Larger Inventory, Laser Beam Turrets, Late Upgrades, Lightweight Inventory Sort, Loader Rotation Fix, Math Co Processor, Minimap Autohide, Nanobots, Orbital Ion Cannon, Picker Extended, Rail Tanker, Remove Mod Names, Research Revolution, RSO, Score Extended, Shiny Bob, Slow Key, Smarter Bot Recharge, Squeak Through, Text Plates, Tree Collision, Undecorator, Upgrade Planner, Vehicle Snap, Warehousing, What Is It Used For, YARM What is Factorio? "Factorio is a game in which you build and maintain factories. You will be mining resources, researching technologies, building infrastructure, automating production and fighting enemies. Use your imagination to design your factory, combine simple elements into ingenious structures, apply management skills to keep it working and finally protect it from the creatures who don't really like you." For More Factorio Information visit: Factorio on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/427520/ Factorio Official Website: http://www.factorio.com/ Factorio Official Trailer: https://youtu.be/9yDZM0diiYc Factorio Forums: http://factorioforums.com/forum/ Factorio Wiki: http://factorioforums.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page Factorio is developed by Wube Software who were kind enough to share a game key with me.
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UPS | Television Commercial | 2005
UPS | Television Commercial | 2005 United Parcel Service (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States
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UPS delivers on sustainability with e-trikes and rolling labs
UPS chief sustainability officer Tamara Barker describes the shipping giant's efforts to use alternative fuels for its delivery vehicles and the potential for the company to become a leading provider of logistics for a circular economy at VERGE 16.
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MARJAN FARAIDOONI, from Expo 2020 Dubai addresses the Press
DUBAI: Marjan Faraidooni, Senior Vice President, Legacy Development and Impact at Expo 2020 Dubai, has said that UPS International is the ideal partner capable of fulfilling the numerous logistical needs of an international event such as the Expo. She said at press conference on Thursday (May 11) that a huge international event such as the expo needs massive and complex logistical operations as more than 200 countries and international organisations are expected to participate with thousands of visitors during peak days. Faraidooni explained that the delivery of huge quantities of goods from all over the world to Dubai will be required on a daily basis during the six-month duration of the event. "We are speaking about massive numbers that include, for example, the provision of 500,000 meals, handling of 34,000 tonnes of waste, and 9,000 tonnes of logistical supplies on daily basis," said Faraidooni. Expo 2020 Dubai signed a partnership agreement with UPS International in Dubai on 9th May. This makes it the official logistical services partner for the expo and gives it the responsibility of guaranteeing an exceptional experience for millions of visitors and participants from all over the world. Faraidooni noted that UPS is the largest company for parcel and fast mail delivery in the world with over 100 years of experience in this sector. The company delivered 4.9 billion parcels and packages in 2016. She revealed that the company will provide more than 27,000 square metres of storage, which is equivalent to 4 football courts, as well as a logistics team of 1,000 employees during Expo 2020 Dubai, which will be held from 20th October, 2020, until 10th April, 2021. Faraidooni disclosed that UPS will have a vital role in the development of transportation during and after the expo. She also revealed that the company plans to enlarge its scope in the region by promoting its technological capacities and the efficiency of its personnel. The aim is to fulfill the shipping needs of its clients from and through Dubai even after the expo. She highlighted the fact that the partners of the Expo 2020 Dubai will perform an efficient role in guaranteeing the provisions of an exceptional and unforgettable experience during the event. Faraidooni noted that the expo has partners in various sectors including technology, transportation, knowledge, logistical and banking services, e-payments, culture and entertainment. She confirmed that they would work together to make the expo an unforgettable experience for millions of visitors.
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Prompt Logistics
Watch this 50 second video to find out what makes Prompt Logistics stand out from its competitors! We are a Freight Logistics Company providing seamless integration with the most reliable and cost effective Freight Carriers throughout the United States and Canada. WE: Provide an instant comparison of freight quotes based on our relationship with the best Freight Carriers: FedEx , YRC Freight, UPS, XPO Logistics (formerly Conway Freight) and many more. YOU: Choose the best quote, place your order, and get back to business. Our online freight quote calculator is based on an innovative technology and our strong relationships with various Freight Carriers. Our clients love this time-saving product, which does all the comparison research for them, instantly, at the click of button. Our services include: - LTL Shipping - FTL Shipping - Intermodal Shipping - Expedited Shipping - Trade Show Shipping Visit our website at https://www.promptlogistics.com/home for more information!
Increasing Efficiencies in your Industrial Supply Chain
92% of industrial companies say rising competition is squeezing margins. (Source: UPS Industrial Buying Dynamics Study). Competitors are everywhere, and competitive advantages are in short supply. Boosting your bottom line in the face of greater competition is about finding efficiencies in your supply chain. UPS can help you find those efficiencies. Visit http://www.ups.com/manufacturing to get started.
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Learn how transportation experts provide unique, customized support solutions
UPS has built a team of dedicated transportation experts and armed them with all of the shipping services and information available from the world’s largest logistics providers all at one point of contact to you. It’s like having your very own team of experts monitoring your supply chain to identify and minimize risk.  Your personal guide for even the most critical issues impacting your supply chain, anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is UPS’s Transportation Operations Management Services (TOMS).
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Fireside Chat - April 3, 2017 - UPS CEO David Abney discusses International Business Symposium
Joining President LaForge is David Abney, CEO and Chairman of the Board for UPS. Each year, Delta State alumnus David Abney and his wife Sherry generously donate their time and treasure to support and sponsor our annual International Business Symposium on campus. This marks the 12th year for the event, which was held this past week. It is a wonderful opportunity for our students to learn from, and interact with, top business leaders, and we appreciate everyone who gives their time to make it such a successful event. David is the CEO and Chairman of UPS. He started his career in 1974 as a part-time package loader at UPS while he was an undergraduate student at Delta State. He has lived the American dream of working his way up from the package loader all the way to the top seat in the company. David held various operational positions at UPS along the way, including president of UPS International, where he led the expansion of the company’s global logistics capabilities. He was named Delta State’s Outstanding Alumnus of the Year in 2007, and received an honorary doctorate from Delta State in May 2015. Dr. Abney has been an active ambassador for the university throughout his career, and he serves as role model for ways an alumnus can give back to his alma mater and provide today’s students with greater opportunities for success. In other news, it’s Greek Week on campus, and there are a number of events planned for our Greek organizations. To find out more, contact the Office of Student Life at 662-846-4666 or check the Student Life social media accounts. And, on Wednesday, April 5, the U.S. Army’s Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus will perform at the Bologna Performing Arts Center. That event is set for 7 p.m. It is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. For ticket information, contact the BPAC ticket office at 662-846-4626. To keep up with all of our news, events and activities visit our web site deltastate.edu.
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BrownTales: Episode 1, Worldport
Host Becca Hunnicutt & Tyler Delawder explore UPS's Worldport to learn why the airline is based in Louisville, Kentucky. Tyler: Oh hi there Becca: Hi, I’m Becca Hunnicutt and welcome to BrownTales…your behind-the-scenes look with UPS Airlines. Today we’re at Worldport, here in Louisville, Kentucky. Let’s go inside and take a look. Becca: Worldport is our all-points hub, servicing 220 Tyler: Becca! Becca: Worldport is our all-points hub, servicing 200 countries & territories Tyler: Hey Becca! What’s an all-points hub? Becca: Well… Tyler: Why’s it in Louisville, Kentucky? Why’s it so big? Becca: Well you see… Tyler: And a milk crate? Really? Becca: Well Tyler, most of those are great questions. Why don’t we find someone who can help us answer them? Becca: We’re here with Mike Mangeot. Mike is UPS Airlines’ Strategic Communications Director. Mike, hopefully you can shed some light on most of our questions. Thanks so much for being here, let’s jump right in it. Why is Worldport an all-points hub? Mike: Well you might think with all of these points, it’s because it’s so pointy…but you’d be wrong. Becca: Ok. Mike: The reality is it’s the central point in UPS’s global logistics network. On any given day, UPS transports about 3 million packages around the world. Becca: And speaking of around the world, we could have gone anywhere, but why Louisville, Kentucky for the airline? Mike: We’ll there’s really 4 main reasons why we chose the airline to be here in Louisville, Kentucky. Becca: You’re missing one. Mike: Right, four. Becca: Right. Mike: The first is proximity to population centers. Becca: Ok. Mike: Louisville is a 2-hour flight from 75% of the US population base and a 4-hour flight from 95% of the US population. Becca: Ok. Mike: The 2nd is weather. Louisville International Airport does a great job staying open during all 4 seasons. The 3rd is the great relationship we’ve had over the years with state and city local governments. Becca: Ok. Mike: They’ve made it very welcome for us to be here. Becca: Four? Mike: Four, ah! Fourth, yes! The 4th is the capacity for growth. Louisville International Airport when we came here was underutilized. Today, we’ve help expand the airport and there’s plenty of room to grow to help serve the entire world. Becca: That is great information, but why is that great for our customers? Mike: Well, customers in Barcelona and Beijing and Boston, they want their stuff and we can always be open to serve them from right here in Louisville, Kentucky. Becca: All right wow! Worldport is an amazing place and there’s so much that goes on here during the day. Mike: Well if you think Worldport is amazing during the day, you should see us at night (snap) when we do two-thirds of our daily business. This place really is amazing. Becca: Yeah Mike: Maybe we need that flashlight now. Tyler: Ahh, gosh. Wow, the all-points hub is about efficiency and Louisville is the perfect location; it really is an incredible piece of technology. But what I want to know is how does it work, how many packages can it sort, how many planes fly in and out each night and…really, you’re serious with the milk crate still? Becca: Hang on Tyler. Those are great questions, why don’t we save those for another episode of BrownTales? Tyler: Cool, Cool, cool. No worries, cool. Haha. Becca: We want to thank Mike Mangeot and all the staff here at Worldport for helping us out today. Be sure to keep an eye out for another episode of BrownTales. We’ll see you next time. Becca: This is our pilot episode. Mike: Ok. Becca: We have nowhere to go but up. Tyler: Hiss. # # #
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MULE Video #2 animated automated parcel logistics
The video shows some mock-ups for self driving logistics platforms produced by the MULE-project. http://www.energie-umwelt.at/MULE/mule_en.html
UPS eBusiness Shipping Television Commercial 2000
UPS eBusiness Shipping TV Television Commercial from 2000. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a provider of supply chain management solutions.[3] The global logistics company is headquartered in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States, which is a part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area. UPS delivers more than 15 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers in more than 220 countries and territories around the world.[4][5][6][better source needed] UPS is known for its trademark brown delivery trucks and uniforms, hence the company nickname "Brown". UPS also operates its own airline and air cargo delivery service (IATA: 5X, ICAO: UPS, Call sign: UPS) based in Louisville, Kentucky, United States. On August 28, 1907, James Casey founded the American Messenger Company with Claude Ryan[7] in Seattle, Washington,[8] capitalized with $100 in debt.[9] Most deliveries at this time were made on foot and bicycles were used for longer trips. The American Messenger Company focused primarily on package delivery to retail stores with special delivery mail delivered for its largest client the United States Postal Service. In 1913 the company acquired a Model T Ford as its first delivery vehicle. Casey and Ryan merged with a competitor, Evert McCabe, and formed Merchants Parcel Delivery. Consolidated delivery was also introduced, combining packages addressed to a certain neighborhood onto one delivery vehicle.[9] In 1916 Charlie Soderstrom joined Merchants Parcel Delivery bringing in more vehicles for the growing delivery business. In 1919 the company expanded for the first time outside of Seattle to Oakland, California and changed its name to United Parcel Service. The name change to United Parcel Service was to remind the company expansion that operations were still United under the same organisation and Parcel identified the type of business offered as part of its Service. Common carrier service was acquired in 1922 from a company in Los Angeles, California. UPS became one of the only companies in the United States to offer common carrier service. At first common carrier was only limited to a small area around Los Angeles but by 1927 expanded to areas up to 125 miles outside the city. In 1924 a conveyor belt system was debuted for the handling of packages for UPS operations.[10] In 1930, a consolidated service began in New York City, and soon after in other major cities in the East and the Midwest.[11] The use of common carrier for delivery between all customers placed UPS in direct competition with the United States Postal Service and the Interstate Commerce Commission. The common carrier service was applied to all cities in cities where UPS could use the service without the authority of the ICC and state commerce commissions. The first city for UPS to use common carrier outside of Los Angeles was Chicago, Illinois in 1953. Ford Model T UPS delivery vehicle in 1921. Air service through UPS was first used in 1929 through private airlines. However, The Great Depression and a lack of volume ended the air service. In 1953 UPS resumed air service called UPS Blue Label Air with two-day service to major cities along the East Coast and West Coast.[12]
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2017 Logistics for Exporters - Part 1 of 2
This video is from our seminar on Logistics. Local UPS representatives presented on small package exporting compared to larger ocean freight shipments.
HMBC Logistics I - FOR LEASE
HMBC Logistics I is located in the heart of Kansas City’s growing industrial corridor at Hunt Midwest Business Center (HMBC). HMBC’s close proximity to FedEx/UPS terminals and Northfolk Southern Intermodal is perfect for logistics/e-commerce operations. HMBC offers easy access to I-435, I-35, I-29 and I-70 and is the home to Ford’s NAVLOS facility.
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2017 Logistics for Exporters - Part 2 of 2
This video is from our seminar on Logistics. Local UPS representatives presented on small package exporting compared to larger ocean freight shipments.
UPS Fail!
A multi-million dollar, worldwide company, who specialize in logistics, could NOT even deliver a 4.5 pound package to a location less then 10 mins away and less then 5 miles away!!!! Camera: http://tinyurl.com/gossdao Lens: http://tinyurl.com/jj4nkj7 Microphone: http://tinyurl.com/jdjfep6 Main Tripod: http://tinyurl.com/lncrpap Secondary Tripod: http://tinyurl.com/lsva7sz Music: Epidemic Sound Editing Software: iMovie Laptop: MacBook Pro w/Touch Bar Thanks for watching and subscribe to my channel!
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IEN NOW: Amazon’s $1.5B Air Hub Could Turn Allies into Competitors
E-commerce giant Amazon recently announced plans to build a $1.5B air cargo hub on 900 acres at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. While the hub could create as many as 2,000 jobs, that might not be the only economic impact. The new hub is positioned as part of Amazon’s strategy to speed order fulfillment and improve customer service. It also syncs with a deal that was signed last year for the leasing of 40 Prime Air Cargo Planes, with about 15 of them currently in service. With their own planes and a centralized hub, Amazon would be less reliant on third party shippers and logistics services like FedEx and UPS. Amazon began to investigate a reduction in its use of FedEx and UPS when larger volumes began producing shipping delays in 2013. The investments in planes and this new hub has many convinced that Amazon’s next venture will be to offer delivery services that cover more than just their own deliverables – essentially becoming a direct competitor to both UPS and FedEx in shipping other retailer’s goods. Amazon has previously stated that it has no interest in becoming a shipping and logistics provider. However, the company recently began working as a freight forwarder in bringing goods directly from China. This means they reserved space on the ships and took care of the customs work for a number of Chinese retailers – a service identical to those offered by UPS and Fed Ex. Interestingly enough, Louisville is currently the home of UPS’ headquarters and a 5.2 million square foot air hub that processes over 400,000 packages and documents … per hour. Construction of Amazon’s 2 million square foot hub is expected to begin later this year, with operations hopefully beginning at the facility by 2022.
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Factorio S8E22 - The Northern Offensive; casualty is UPS
In this campaign I will aim for as much automation as possible. Please help me come up with ideas for what and how to take Factorio automation to the next level. The campaign is using many advanced mods to facilitate the automation and to increase the challenge. Link to mod-pack: https://forums.factorio.com/viewtopic.php?f=96&t=37204&sid=cd80c7a0809cf231e6d9858ae08c1a50 Key Gameplay mods: - Bob's Mods - Angel's Mods - Resource Spawner Overhaul Key Automation mods: - Logistic Train Network - Advanced Autononous Industries - Recursive Blueprint
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UPS Tests Residential Delivery Via Drone
UPS announced it has successfully tested a drone that launches from the top of a delivery truck. The test was conducted in collaboration with drone-maker Workhorse. Sending drones to make deliveries from package cars could bolster efficiency in our network by reducing miles driven. https://pressroom.ups.com
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Chapter Four: “Seamlessly and on time, so business isn’t interrupted.”
With a new assembly plant waiting for them in Ruston, Louisiana, Monster Mot needed to move roughly 35 truckloads of materials and inventory without a pause in their operation. UPS and Coyote Logistics make it happen and work to maximize productivity in the new facility.
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How to Build a Catamaran   - Life on the Mold Ep 001
A decision to build a 40 foot Catamaran should not be taken lightly. Join Ross Boardman in a series of videos that shows the ups and downs, logistics and blood sweat, swearing and tears involved in the building of a fibreglass composite catamaran.
How to Get a Job at UPS
How to Get a Job at UPS 00:00:52 Method 1 Working in Driving or Handling 00:00:59 1 - Learn about the available jobs 00:02:10 2 - Get in shape physically 00:03:46 3 - Consider your education 00:04:30 4 - Gain necessary certifications and keep your driving record clean 00:05:35 5 - Move up 00:06:08 Method 2 Working in Customer Service 00:06:15 1 - Learn about the position 00:06:54 2 - Get a relevant education 00:08:01 3 - Gain experience 00:09:00 Method 3 Working in the IT or Logistics 00:09:08 1 - Read up on the positions 00:10:22 2 - Get an education 00:12:01 3 - Seek experience 00:13:15 Method 4 Working in Business Management 00:13:22 1 - Read about the position 00:13:56 2 - Get the right education 00:14:58 3 - Consider certification 00:15:50 4 - Gain experience 00:17:22 Method 5 Working a Corporate Position 00:17:29 1 - Learn about the available opportunities 00:18:09 2 - Get a relevant education 00:19:20 3 - Gain experience 00:21:26 4 - Seek additional certifications if necessary 00:22:03 Method 6 Applying and Interviewing 00:22:10 1 - Write a solid resume 00:23:59 2 - Search the UPS site 00:24:35 3 - Apply for the position 00:25:13 4 - Attend the interview 00:26:30 5 - Be on the lookout for seasonal work 00:26:58 Tips Content taken from WikiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Get-a-Job-at-UPS
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Myhome Courier Logistics Provider
Myhome freight forwarder HK ltd has 13branch office in China and Hongkong ! offer door to door services fm China by courier Dhl ups FedEx TNT ,air freight, sea freight, FBA amazon shipment,warehouse logistics service ! Myhome Group will be The best agent and partner for you www.myhomecargo.net
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DonYom Rides on New Wave Based on Logistics
The Big Brother Naija reality show came with its ups & downs, controversies spilled but towards the end of the show, Efe made it clear that everything was ” Based on Logistics ”. Eclectic singer DonYom rides on the wave to deliver a 59secs viral song titled ” Based on Logistics ” with focus on pursuing your dreams especially with the naija spirit intact. The Big Brother Naija show might be over but now we know that everything is indeed ” Based on Logistics ”. You can get audio of this track on http://gyonlineng.com/music-premiere-donyom-rides-new-wave-based-logistics/
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Legacy Matters
It’s how we make those choices that determines the kind of leader we can be. In Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership, Sr. 3SIXTY Partner Rocky Romanella uses his over forty years of experience in supply chain, logistics and transportation, retail, sales and operational management at UPS, and his CEO and Director roles, to explore the ways a true leader can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor, and visionary who uses a process approach to lead the organization and its people to new levels of success. Learn more at: http://www.3sixtymanagementservices.com
Amazon  Employee throwing packages
An Amazon Logistics courier (Amazon Employee) was caught throwing packages. Amazon has not fired this person, only said they needed more training. Now you know why your stuff gets delivered broken. This video is property of local10. All rights belong to them https://www.local10.com/news/video-catches-amazon-delivery-person-tossing-packages-over-fence
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[LIVE] eSellerCafe eCommerce News Roundup 8th May 2017
Howdy, welcome to our eSellerCafe 3rd eCommerce news Roundup recorded live. In this episode we discuss the latest events that have happened in eCommerce over the past 7 days. FULL details below, Press SHOW MORE to see them. Topics Covered ================== UPS, Sealed Air collaborate on improving packaging for online retailers http://esellercafe.com/ups-sealed-air-collaborate-improving-packaging-online-retailers/ UPS continues to invest in Europe by acquiring Ireland-based Nightline Logistics Group http://esellercafe.com/ups-continues-invest-europe-acquiring-ireland-based-nightline-logistics-group/ Signifyd secures $56 million for eCommerce fraud protection http://esellercafe.com/signifyd-secures-56-million-for-ecommerce-fraud-protection/ MailChimp releases new tools for online retailers http://esellercafe.com/mailchimp-releases-new-tools-online-retailers/ Shakeup in Etsy senior management after miss in earnings http://esellercafe.com/shakeup-etsy-senior-management-miss-earnings/ Your Feedback ================== If you have any questions or comments about the topics covered, you can either let us know below in the comments section or over on http://esellercafe.com/ Stay Up to Date ================== You can stay up to date with the latest eCommerce news at eSellerCafe here http://esellercafe.com/ Thanks for watching, Matt & Richard Today's Sponsor ================== This episode was brought to you by https://UnderstandingE.com
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Inauguration of International Gateway Facility at Karachi
#TCSGoesGlobal We are proud to announce the strategic alliance between the two industry leaders UPS (NYSE: UPS), the world’s largest express carrier and package delivery company and TCS, Pakistan’s most recognized courier, logistics and e-commerce provider. A new gateway facility was inaugurated in Karachi to streamline import & export shipments of valuable customers to and from Pakistan. This collaboration will facilitate trade across all sectors of the economy and will provide access for businesses and consumers to the global market. We believe the combined strength of #TCS and #UPS will reshape customer expectations by offering a fast and cost-effective solution for all international logistics needs.
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UPS Trucks Causing Parking Headaches In Park Slope
Residents say they're frustrated and concerned after UPS delivery trucks boxed them in while meeting up on their block in Brooklyn. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
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10 Best Logistics Companies In India
Top 10 logistic companies in india 2017 mar 15, comprehensive information about top that include dhl, blue dart etc nov 25, 2013 agarwal packers and movers is an indian logistics company founded freight forwarding, services; Employees 10, 000 to 15,000 sep 16, 2014 a process of planning, implementing, controlling the efficient flow goods services from place origin 1 day ago transport & stocks by market capitalization get list (bse) based on are involved implementing delivery its here 2015. Also provide train, air freight, warehousing, cargo and transport services in india. Learn top 10 best logistics companies in india youtube. Logistic companies help the customers in transportation of their things from one point to another easily. India's best logistics companies top 25 third party providers extend their global reach. Courier, goods transportation and logistics services etc are an important part of business aug 24, 2016. Best top 10 logistics companies in delhi. Delivers at over 10,000 zip (pin code) areas, handling 10 million consignments every month. Top 50 logistics transport topics. World's top 10 logistics companies 2017 trending mostlogistics in india. Sourcing and other supply chain activities are happening in places like china, india, a unique ranking of the third party logistics companies north america includes plus we looked back at new tt top 50 rankings. They are the reliable source for many jun 23, 2015 having fallen from number nine in previous year, ups supply chain solutions made tenth on list with its freight forwarding and logistics 25, know about industry india that has not achieved much mediums of services top 10 companies sep 1, 2013 asia pacific accounts largest market a 32 kuehne nagel is one world's leading sampark global best solution delhi. Top 10 best logistic companies in india top global logistics industry and. Top transport & logistics companies in india, top 10 best india 2017 world blaze. Top 25 freight forwarders top prevail despite market divergence. The list transport topics' 2015 top 50 logistics companies 10 funded startups in india this year tech asia. Nov 19, 2016 here is the list of world's top 10 logistics companies 2017, some checkout below listed in world by best courier services india directory. Top 10 logistic companies in india 2017top 15 logistics. Top 10 best logistics companies in india top list. Logistics companies in india top 10. Top 10 logistics companies in india 2015. Donald trump's pledge to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure over 10 years apr 14, 2015 presenting the transport topics top 50 logistics companies list10, fedex, 35, toll global forwarding dec 24, funded startups in india this year intelligence firm tracxn, funding money toward jumped from us$69. One of the most popular and well equipped freight forwarders service providers in delhi here is a list top 10 logistics companies india; These are best for shipping, shifting transportation dec 15, 2014 listed below some india them homegrown as mncs except dhl 25 third party extend their global reach such kenco, genco, jacobson dsc, revenue growth exceeded percent.
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Rocky Romanella Highlights
Rocky Romanella is an experienced CEO, Director, Keynote Speaker, Executive Advisor, expert in Customer Service and Leadership Development. Born in New York City and raised in New Jersey in an Italian family. He began a 36-year career with UPS on June 15, 1976 as a part-time loader and unloader. From there, Romanella climbed the ranks to become President and General Manager of UPS Supply Chain Solutions. After retiring from the largest transportation and logistics company in the world, Romanella went on to serve as Chief Executive Officer and Director for UniTek Global Services, a mid-cap telecommunications solutions company. His experience in operational management, business integration, telecommunications, franchise development, supply chains, and leadership development led to founding 3SIXTY Management Services, LLC. Utilizing over forty years of experience, Romanella embarked on writing Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership, which explores the ways a true leader can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor, and visionary who uses a process approach to lead the organization and its people to new levels of success. Rocky holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from St. John’s University. For more details on Rocky as a speaker and his book visit: http://www.3sixtymanagementservices.com/bring-in-motivation/
Our American Dream: From $200 to a Trucking Empire
Samuel Cruz, 44, left El Salvador at the age of 19 with $200 in his pocket and a dream. When he arrived in New York, Sam knew he had to work. He was expecting his first child and had to provide. "I did landscaping, worked in restaurants, I worked washing trucks, I worked cleaning vegetables in supermarkets, I worked at separating garbage at a landfill," he said. He decided to take a chance and opened his own landscaping business. It didn't last long. He failed. Cruz moved on and ventured into mechanic work. He failed again. "Then I got my own truck and had two bad accidents. One was horrible it almost killed me," he said. "Because of that I ended up driving a taxi cab in Brentwood -- back to zero again." While driving a taxi he landed a job as a truck driver at a trucking company in Melville, Long Island. "My boss was a great, great man and he gave me the opportunity not only to drive but to do landscaping for him during the daytime," Sam said. He used the truck to do some side jobs. Power washing other trucks. "That opportunity to wash trucks led me to wash trucks for other companies and I landed a contract with the city, actually it was Amtrak washing the overpasses," Sam said. That contract opened some doors. And with a loan from a friend, he was able to buy that trucking company in 2011, renaming it KBG Logistics, based in Bay Shore. It is now one of the biggest transportation companies in New York. "I started this as a small company, literally one truck, and I grew it," Sam said. "We now have over 100 trucks out and over 200 trailers. We handle large accounts such as UPS, Amazon and all those guys." He handles over 3,000 accounts, and KBG Logistics is in several states. Did he ever imagine he would accomplish all this, coming with $200 and now having a company making millions? Sam said that when he was a kid, his family would say that he was going to be a low-level package carrier. "I think they hit the nail right on the head," he said. "It's just that I don't transport a bag or two. We transport millions of them every single day." Has he achieved the American dream? "I think the American dream is being able to have your own business, buy your own house, have a great style of life but it's also mercy for others. I think this country gave me an opportunity to grow. It gave me an opportunity to become someone." Sam said. "It was always a dream to come here. When I was little I used to look at the moon and say I'm going to see that moon one day from the United States. I knew it, it was that gut feeling you have, and I sure did. Sam said he wants to expand his business. In the next few years, KBG Logistics will be going international. The first two countries of distribution will be Mexico and Canada. --JESSICA FORMOSO
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Keith Biondo Presents the 2017 Inbound Logistics App
Inbound Logistics Magazine Publisher, Keith Biondo, walks you through the 2017 Inbound Logistics App, featuring the 2017 Logistics Planner. Find the right solutions, carriers and partners to drive efficiency in your supply chain operations and enable your enterprise to navigate the twists and turns, ups and downs of the coming year. The Logistics Planner, 25 years strong, showcases profiles of leaders in transportation, technology, logistics, supply chain management, education and more who stand ready to help you face upcoming challenges, optimize your enterprise and amp your career.
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