The UPS declared value rates have increased in 2019.
The FedEx declared value rates have increased in 2019.
The major U.S. based shipping carriers are raising their declared value rates again for the 10th year in a row.
UPS has followed FedEx in announcing their 2014 rate changes. The changes will take place on December 30, 2013. Make sure to take note of this date as it is not the same date that FedEx is changing their rates. FedEx rate changes take place on January 6, 2014, UPS is raising their declared value charges for […]
Declared value fees raised for the 10th year in a row.
Declared Value Rates increasing to $0.85 per $100. As is becoming a yearly tradition, FedEx and UPS have raised their rates for declared value protection effective December 31st, 2010 and January 7th, 2013, respectively. Their shipping rates and other auxiliary services are increasing, as well.
As expected, UPS followed up the announcement from FedEx and has announced their 2013 rate changes. The changes will take place on December 31, 2012, as opposed to the FedEx start date of January 7th, 2013. Since we offer shipping insurance coverage, we always focus on the declared value fees. The declared value fees have been raised for the 8th year […]
Once again following UPS, FedEx has announced their 2012 rate changes. The changes will take place on January 2, 2012; the same day that the new UPS rates take place. Below is a list of some of the changes FedEx Rate Changes for 2012: Rates increased an average of 5.9%. The rate increase was partially offset by adjusting the […]
We would like to offer a P.S.A. to make sure that you understand that the shipping carriers are providing declared value coverage, not real parcel insurance (or real shipping insurance). Please read our post The Difference Between Declared Value and Insurance for further clarification. Remember, Shipsurance offers complete coverage for your packages in transit and our coverage is real, […]
Purchasing shipping insurance coverage from Shipsurance is a smart decision from a cost perspective. However, did you know that FedEx and UPS have limitations of coverage for specific commodities? These are defined coverage caps that you, the shipper, must know and understand when shipping merchandise. As a matter of fact, see how FedEx explains themselves […]