Effective December 26, 2021, the rates for our services will have an average 2.8% net increase, inclusive of a reduction in certain Peak/Demand Surcharges*. This is one of the lowest net rate changes ever delivered by UPS.
A combination of base shipping increases and a reduction in lane-based surcharges delivers great value to customers. Additional information about the new rate changes will be available to download on ups.com this coming quarter to help you plan for the year ahead.
Latest changes to the 2022 UPS® Rate and Service Guide include:
- Revision to UPS published rates, and rates of surcharges and fees including Alternate Broker Surcharge, Pre-Release Notification Surcharge, Government Agency (OGA) Entry Charge, Residential Surcharges, Large Package Surcharge and Additional Handling Surcharge.
More information can be found in the updated UPS Rate and Service Guide, which will be available for download on ups.com/rates/au from December 26, 2021.
*The 2.8% average net increase is measured as an average across all shippers in markets in which this increase is applicable. The impact of these changes on your shipping costs will vary according to your shipping characteristics and the terms of your UPS agreement. The 2.8% average net rate increase includes increases to base rates (which may be greater than 2.8%) combined with reductions in certain applicable surcharges. The 2.8% average net rate increase applies only in selected markets; for details on rates applicable to your shipment, review the applicable UPS Rate and Service Guide at the time of shipment.
UPS Freight Less-than-Truckload (“LTL”) transportation services are offered by TFI International Inc., its affiliates or divisions (including without limitation TForce Freight), which are not affiliated with United Parcel Service, Inc. or any of its affiliates, subsidiaries or related entities (“UPS”). UPS assumes no liability in connection with UPS Freight LTL transportation services or any other services offered or provided by TFI International Inc. or its affiliates, divisions, subsidiaries or related entities.