Founded: August 28, 1907, in Seattle, Wash., USA
World Headquarters: Atlanta, Ga., USA
World Wide Web Address: www.ups.com
CEO: David Abney
2014 Revenue: $58.2 billion
Employees: 435,000 Worldwide (354,000 U.S.; 81,000 International)
2014 Revenue: $48.8 billion
2014 Delivery Volume: 4.6 billion packages and documents
Daily Delivery Volume: 18.0 million packages and documents
Daily U.S. Air Volume: 2.4 million packages and documents
Daily International Volume: 2.7 million packages and documents
Service Area: More than 220 countries and territories; Every address in North America and Europe
Customers: 1.6 million pick-up, 8.2 million delivery
Online Tracking: Average 58.2 million daily tracking requests
Retail Access: The UPS Store®, 4,841; UPS Customer Centers, 1,003; Authorized outlets, 10,630; UPS Drop Boxes, 38,300; UPS Access Point locations, more than 19,000
Operating Facilities: 1,990
Delivery Fleet: 99,892 package cars, vans, tractors, motorcycles, including 5,461 alternative-fuel vehicles
UPS Jet Aircraft Fleet: 237
Chartered Aircraft: 302
Daily Flight Segments: Domestic - 940; International - 1, 015
Airports Served: Domestic - 382; International - 346
2014 Net Revenue: $9.4 billion
Key Services: Logistics and distribution; transportation and freight (air, sea, ground, rail); freight forwarding to 195 countries; international trade management, and customs brokerage.
Specialty Services: Service parts logistics; technical repair and configuration; supply chain design and planning; returns management.
Facilities: 535 facilities in more than 120 countries; 32.8 million sq. ft.
Delivery fleet: 539
Key services: Leading provider of less-than-truckload services coast to coast.
Delivery fleet: 5,733 vehicles; 19,880 trailers
Facilities: 213 service centers
For more information, contact: UPS Public Relations 404-828-7123
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