CBS: How UPS becomes “Santa’s sleigh” during the holiday season

December 17, 2018 Alessandro Pasetti

CBS reports: “From the unending roar of jet engines to the constant hum of conveyor belts, it’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas at UPS Worldport, in Louisville, Ky. The shipping company expects to deliver around 800 million packages this holiday season. UPS’ main package sorting facility is working around the clock, processing 115 packages a second. Wednesday may be its busiest day ever, with 37 million deliveries. That’s more than ...

The post CBS: How UPS becomes “Santa’s sleigh” during the holiday season appeared first on The Loadstar.

Previous Article
Supply chain radar: What price will the Long Beach Terminal sale really fetch?
Supply chain radar: What price will the Long Beach Terminal sale really fetch?

I have wondered how to value certain “strategic” infrastructure assets in the shipping world ever since we ...

Next Article
CNBC: Oil prices fall 2%, dipping below $50, on oversupply concerns
CNBC: Oil prices fall 2%, dipping below $50, on oversupply concerns

CNBC reports: “Oil prices fell on Monday on signs of oversupply in the United States and as investor sentim...