UPS GROUND FREIGHT INC

 

COMPANY HISTORY:


The brown UPS truck is known worldwide as a reliable option to send packages.  Many truck drivers may not be aware of the opportunities available as a driver for this extremely successful trucking company.  UPS operates over 6800 trucks and employs almost 11,000 drivers.  The publicly owned company is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol UPS.   Here’s a quote from WIKIPEDIA on UPS:

UPS Freight is the Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) trucking division of UPS. UPS acquired on August 8, 2005 Overnite Transportation (and its subsidiary Motor Cargo) for $1.25 billion.

 

COMPANY SAFETY RECORD INFO:

Entity Type: Carrier
Operating Status: REGISTERED
Out of Service Date: None

Legal Name: UPS GROUND FREIGHT INC
DBA Name: UPS FREIGHT

Physical Address: 1000 SEMMES AVE RICHMOND, VA 23218-1216
Mailing Address: 1000 SEMMES AVE RICHMOND, VA 23218-1216

USDOT Number: 121058
MC or MX Number: MC-109533
DUNS Number: 59-950-71

Power Units: 6,888
Drivers: 10,946

MCS-150 Form Date: 11/02/2012
MCS-150 Mileage (Year): 570,327,545 (2012)

TYPES OF CARGO CARRIED:

X General Freight
X Household Goods
X Metal: sheets, coils, rolls
X Motor Vehicles
X Logs, Poles, Beams, Lumber
X Building Materials
X Liquids/Gases
X Intermodal Cont.
X Grain, Feed, Hay
X US Mail
X Chemicals
X Commodities Dry Bulk
X Refrigerated Food
X Beverages
X Paper Products
X Agricultural/Farm Supplies

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If you worked for UPS I want to hear from you.  Please share your story about how it was working there.  What did you like and how do you think this company can improve.

I used to deliver containers to the rail-road yard and I always saw tons of UPS freight trucks.  They were usually day cabs as most of their drivers worked locally.  Have you ever worked there?  How was it?




 

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