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, Export Declaration Surcharge, Pre-Release Notification Surcharge, Warehouse Storage Fees, Residential Surcharges, Large Package Surcharge, Additional Handling Surcharge, and Address Correction Fee for domestic service.
- Removal of Fuel Surcharge and Bill Receiver/Freight Collect Refusal Fee from the domestic rate guide.
- Revised Zone Charts to reflect services availaibility for shipments to Turkmenistan from Singapore, and from Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal to Singapore.
More information can be found in the updated UPS Rate and Service Guide, which will be available for download on ups.com/rates/sg from December 26, 2021.
The preview of the updated UPS Rate and Service Guide is now available here.
The preview of the updated Domestic Rate and Service Guide is now available here.
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.