UPS averages over 17 million package deliveries per day and provides services to over 200 countries or territories worldwide. It would be impossible to maintain our high level of customer service without a reliable and diverse pool of suppliers.
UPS's Global Procurement team manages the procurement process, including selecting and contracting with the right suppliers for the right goods and services, and we believe in working with suppliers who reflect the markets we serve.
For more information on the products purchased by UPS and UPS supplier qualifications and eligibility, visit ups.com/sustainability.
We expect our suppliers and vendors to support UPS's commitment to uphold and maintain high standards in all of their business dealings. Download the UPS Code of Business Conduct.
If you meet the minimum supplier requirements and UPS selects you as a supplier, you will be asked to complete the UPS Supplier Management Process. Suppliers will then be asked to join one of our supplier networks, (i.e. SAP Ariba, Tradeshift, and others) to submit invoices electronically.
UPS conducts business electronically, including invoicing and disbursements for all eligible suppliers. Electronic payment directly to the supplier bank account supports increased sustainability, efficiency, and allows you to receive payments faster, more reliably and securely. If you are an existing supplier, complete the form below to enroll today.
If you need assistance, contact UPS Procurement Services at email@example.com.
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