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  • UPS Peak/Demand Surcharges

    Updated Peak/Demand Surcharge information is now available for review, including new Peak Surcharge rates that will take effect beginning 14 August, 2022 and will remain until further notice.

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  • Ban on Identified Single Use Plastic Items Effective 1 July 2022

    The manufacture, import, stocking, distribution, sale and use of particular single-use plastic items, including polystyrene and expanded polystyrene commodities shall be prohibited effective 1 July 2022. The notice is applicable across India.

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  • New UPS Tracking Tool for Small Businesses

    UPS My Choice® for Business provides a convenient, single point of contact to discover, connect and manage all UPS applications in a simple, centralized dashboard view.

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  • UPS Women Exporters Programme

    UPS is proud to commit our resources and industry know-how to empower women through the UPS Women Exporters Program. Let our experts assist your small or medium-size business with international trade and e-commerce. UPS and our partners offer tools, information and networks that will help you connect with potential customers.

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  • UPS 2021 Rate Changes

    The 2021 UPS Service and Tariff Guide is now available online.

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  • UPS Service Guarantee Suspended

    Effective 26 March 2020 and until further notice, we have suspended the UPS Service Guarantee (referred to as the UPS Money Back Guarantee) for all shipments from any origin to any destination.

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  • UPS 2019 Rate Changes

    The 2019 UPS Service and Tariff Guide is now available online.

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  • UPS Announces Amends to Additional Charges

    From 9 September 2018 UPS will apply a fuel surcharge at the current rate to the Additional Handling Charge and the Over-Maximum Limits Charge.

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  • UPS Section II Battery Requirements Changing

    Effective 1 January 2017, UPS will require Section II batteries to be fully regulated.

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