UPS Facts and Figures

Package Delivery Operations

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  • 11.5 million pick-up and delivery customers
  • 5.5 billion packages delivered per year
  • More than 10,300 alternative fuel and advanced tech vehicles
  • 495,000 employees
  • 294.9 million online tracking requests daily
  • More than 220 nations and territories served
  • About 125,000 package cars, vans, tractors and motorcycles
  • More than 1,800 operating facilities
  • 2003, formal name change to UPS (from United Parcel Service)

UPS Airlines

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    owned, leased or chartered aircraft

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    airports served

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    daily flights

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United States air hubs: Dallas, TX.; Louisville, KY. (Worldport); Miami, FL.; Ontario, CA.; Philadelphia, PA.; Rockford, Il.
International air hubs: Cologne/Bonn, Germany; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; Hong Kong SAR, China; Shanghai, China; Shenzhen, China


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    About 1,000

    UPS Customer Centers

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    UPS® Drop Boxes

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    More than 5,100

    The UPS Store® locations

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Almost 30,000 UPS Access Point® locations

Supply Chain

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    $13 billion

    net revenue in 2019

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    More than 500

    supply chain facilities in over 125 countries