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  • UPS Expands Alcohol Shipping to Businesses and Consumers Across Asia Pacific

    UPS can now ship wine, beer, and spirits (liquor) to businesses and consumers in 10 destinations across Asia Pacific, comprising China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Macau.

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  • UPS Commits to More Alternative Vehicles, Fuel and Renewable Power by 2025

    UPS today announced aggressive new sustainability goals to add more alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles to its fleet while increasing its reliance on renewable energy sources. 

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  • UPS and SF Holding to Establish Joint Venture

    UPS and SF Holding, the parent company of SF Express, today announced plans to establish a joint venture and collaborate to develop and provide international delivery services initially from China to the US, with expansion plans for other destinations.

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  • UPS Expands Service in Greater Bangkok and Ayutthaya Regions to Support Thailand 4.0

    UPS continues to expand services in Thailand to further strengthen its capabilities and better serve businesses capitalizing cross-border trade opportunities. Under the Thailand 4.0 policy, the country is working toward an innovation-driven economy.

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  • UPS Section II Battery Requirements Changing

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

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  • U.S. Increases the De Minimis Threshold on Inbound Shipments

    The U.S. de minimis level on imported items has increased from $200 per shipment to $800 per shipment.

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  • New Fraudulent Email Circulating

    Fraudulent emails adopt many different forms and are the unauthorized actions of third parties not associated with UPS. There have been a number of fraudulent emails reported, and new spoofs continue to be introduced.

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