We help OEMs, dealers, aftermarket distributors and service providers balance cost and service, while preserving the customer experience. How does your supply chain qualify?
We understand that whether it’s B2B or B2C, customers expect extensive selection, comprehensive product information, fast order fulfillment and seamless returns. Today we work with thousands of automotive manufacturers, dealers, aftermarket retailers, service centers and installers, all with unique business requirements. Our e-commerce tools, supply chain management, transportation solutions and warehousing and distribution services can all help you exceed those expectations. We can even help reduce average new-vehicle delivery time, which can save a bundle in inventory carrying costs.
We can create a unique centralized dealer distribution model to ensure that your dealers are providing exceptional service to customers.
With one of the world’s largest field-stocking location networks—950+ locations in 120+ countries—we can help reduce transit times and shipping costs.
We can supply parts when and where you need them, reducing time in your production system.
Whether it’s inside delivery, street-level entrance, stairs or tools-required, we can provide the special handling your delivery requires.
We offer cost-effective transportation options to help meet your customers’ SLAs, including one-, two-, four-, six- and eight-hour same-day courier and next-flight-out services, plus a full suite of next-day shipping options.
Our comprehensive reverse logistics solutions help streamline returns, while minimizing overstocks and out-of-stocks.
Occasionally, urgent scenarios arise, no matter how carefully you plan. If you have an international shipment with a tight deadline, this service—which can include customs brokerage services—can get it across the world, fast.
When Japan Airlines faced an AOG situation on a holiday weekend and needed to get a grounded 787 flying again fast, UPS did the heavy lifting.
Ever wonder how a garage flooring products company can import containers from Asia, then ship millions of individual packages with only five employees? Hint: UPS helps.