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UPS Canada Fact Sheet


August 28,1907, in Seattle, Washington, USA

Established in Canada: February 1975

World Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Canada Headquarters: Burlington, Ontario

Canada President: Mike Tierney

World Wide Web Address:

Areas Served in Canada: Every address in Canada*

Points of Access in Canada: Over 850 (The UPS Store® locations, UPS Drop Boxes, authorized shipping outlets and retail stores)

Canada Delivery Fleet: 3,049 (package cars, tractors, shifters and trailers); of which 34% of the power fleet run on low-emission propane

Employees: Over 9,887 employees in Canada

Daily Flight Segments: Intra-Canada: 76; International: 12

Airports Served: Intra-Canada: 30; International: 7

Canadian Air Hubs: Mirabel, QC; Hamilton, ON; Toronto, ON; Winnipeg, MB; Calgary, AB; Vancouver, BC

Brokerage Operations: Fredericton, NB

UPS Global Logistics and Distribution and UPS Global Freight Forwarding

UPS Supply Chain Solutions

Key Services:
Logistics and distribution; transportation and freight (air, sea, ground, rail); freight forwarding; international trade management and customs brokerage

Specialty Services: Service parts logistics; technical repair and configuration; supply chain design and planning; returns management

Facilities: 58 facilities in Canada; 2.2 million sq. ft. of space

Employees: 1,900 employees in Canada


*Some shipments may be shipped by surface transport and/or handled by a UPS independent contractor. Shipments handled by independent contractors destined to remote delivery areas may be delivered to a centralized delivery location and require the consignee to pick up the shipment.

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