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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 […]
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Declared value fees raised for the 10th year in a row.
Even when a package is successfully delivered, the recipient may never actually receive it. Below is a video from December 2012 of a package being delivered, and then getting stolen by another delivery person. This was an iPad Mini being delivered as a Christmas present. [youtube=http://youtu.be/j6aIPIsUE5I&rel=0&w=520&h=440] Having a pre-signed delivery form is not a great […]
The United States Postal Service (USPS) recently added free insurance coverage to their Domestic Priority Mail services. This coverage is either $50.00 or $100.00 based on how you are printing your labels. This is meant to combat the service offerings from competitors like UPS and FedEx. This is a good option for some, but we […]
Most of the major shipping carriers do a great job when handling your shipments before, during, and after transit. This is why they are in business and are very reliable most of the time. However, as in every business, sometimes there are employees that are not working in the best interest of the company. Below […]
It looks like the United States Postal Service (USPS) will be improving the visibility of certain International First Class shipments in the near future. Effective July 28, 2013, shipments sent via the First-Class Package International Service (FCPIS) will contain delivery confirmation to 15 additional countries. This confirmation service is also being added for Priority Mail Flat Rate […]
Starting July 28, the USPS will provide Domestic Priority Mail shipments with free insurance coverage. Most domestic Priority Mail shipments will include up to $50 or $100 of insurance based on the payment method used. If you’re using a stamp or meter to add postage to your package, you’ll need to bring your package to the Post […]
The United States Postal service is re branding their Express Mail service on July 28, 2013. Express Mail and Express Mail International are being renamed to Priority Mail Express and Priority Mail Express International. The service levels and rates are not changing as this is merely a marketing change. If you insure your shipments with […]