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  • FedEx will start charging based on size, not weight

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    FedEx will start charging based on size, not weight

    Those lightweight, bulky products—like toilet paper and shoes—are going to cost more to ship starting Jan. 1, 2015.

    Posted 05/08/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Those lightweight, bulky products—like toilet paper and shoes—are going to cost more to ship starting Jan. 1, 2015.

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  • B2B buyers are going to the web more to buy industrial products

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    B2B buyers are going to the web more to buy industrial products

    63% of industrial supplies buyers say they purchase online, making it the most popular purchasing channel, according to a recent survey released by shipping carrier UPS. Survey respondents cited paper catalogs as least important in a list of suppliers’ purchasing tools.

    Posted 05/05/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    63% of industrial supplies buyers say they purchase online, making it the most popular purchasing channel, according to a recent survey released by shipping carrier UPS. Survey respondents cited paper catalogs as least important in a list of suppliers’ purchasing tools.

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  • Despite bad weather, UPS lifts Q1 package volume by 4.2%

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    Despite bad weather, UPS lifts Q1 package volume by 4.2%

    The company says it is investing heavily in both immediate and long-term system improvements—including added capacity in distribution centers, the ability to quickly re-route high volumes of packages between distribution facilities during peak periods, and a new software system for routing delivery vehicles.

    Posted 04/25/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The company says it is investing heavily in both immediate and long-term system improvements—including added capacity in distribution centers, the ability to quickly re-route high volumes of packages between distribution facilities during peak periods, and a new software system for routing…

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  • UPS gears up for Valentine’s Day

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    UPS gears up for Valentine’s Day

    After a rough 2013 holiday season, the parcel delivery service says it is ready to meet shoppers’ needs for Friday’s holiday. The average shopper is expected to spend more than $135 on the holiday this year, up nearly 4% from a year ago, according to one new survey.

    Posted 02/12/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    After a rough 2013 holiday season, the parcel delivery service says it is ready to meet shoppers’ needs for Friday’s holiday. The average shopper is expected to spend more than $135 on the holiday this year, up nearly 4% from a year ago, according to one new survey.
  • UPS admits it was unprepared for the late surge in online holiday shopping

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    UPS admits it was unprepared for the late surge in online holiday shopping

    The parcel delivery service took last-minute “extraordinary” measures to keep up with higher-than-expected demand for Christmas deliveries, but the company acknowledged today that its efforts weren’t enough, and some orders were delayed.

    Posted 01/30/2014Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    The parcel delivery service took last-minute “extraordinary” measures to keep up with higher-than-expected demand for Christmas deliveries, but the company acknowledged today that its efforts weren’t enough, and some orders were delayed.
  • E-retailers trudge through extreme weather

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    E-retailers trudge through extreme weather

    Carriers suspended deliveries across nearly 200 ZIP codes in the U.S. because of travel restrictions related to inclement weather. Several e-retailers contacted by Internet Retailer said they are taking steps to minimize the impact of the weather-related service interruptions.

    Posted 01/06/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Carriers suspended deliveries across nearly 200 ZIP codes in the U.S. because of travel restrictions related to inclement weather. Several e-retailers contacted by Internet Retailer said they are taking steps to minimize the impact of the weather-related service interruptions.

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  • / E-Commerce

    Rethinking UPS and FedEx contracts in light of the holiday shipping fiasco

    Many online retailers are offered discounts if they give up the right to hold carriers to an on-time delivery standard for most of the year, says a shipping consultant. Waiving those rights is neither necessary, nor a good idea, argues Ken Wood of LJM Consultants.

    Posted 01/03/2014Ken WoodPost a comment

    Many online retailers are offered discounts if they give up the right to hold carriers to an on-time delivery standard for most of the year, says a shipping consultant. Waiving those rights is neither necessary, nor a good idea, argues Ken Wood of LJM Consultants.

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  • Online retail drives growth in parcel deliveries in China

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    Online retail drives growth in parcel deliveries in China

    More than 6 billion packages were delivered in the first three-quarters of 2013, up 61.2% compared with the same period a year earlier. About half of parcel deliveries stem from online orders, the State Post Bureau of China says.

    Posted 01/02/2014Frank TongPost a comment

    More than 6 billion packages were delivered in the first three-quarters of 2013, up 61.2% compared with the same period a year earlier. About half of parcel deliveries stem from online orders, the State Post Bureau of China says.

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  • Two takes on holiday web sales

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    Two takes on holiday web sales

    IBM says online retail sales grew 37% year over year last weekend. ComScore says the weekend was disappointing, and that web purchases by consumers using computers, not mobile devices, are now up only 10%. Meanwhile, some delivery services didn't make holiday deadlines.

    Posted 12/26/2013Allison EnrightPost a comment

    IBM says online retail sales grew 37% year over year last weekend. ComScore says the weekend was disappointing, and that web purchases by consumers using computers, not mobile devices, are now up only 10%. Meanwhile, some delivery services didn't make holiday deadlines.

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  • Average UPS rates will go up 4.9% in 2014

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    Average UPS rates will go up 4.9% in 2014

    The hikes will be higher for many e-retailers, an expert says.

    Posted 11/25/2013Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The hikes will be higher for many e-retailers, an expert says.

    Related Content:Fedex | Top Tech 2014

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