Pilot Killed When Small Cargo Plane Crashes In TexasAuthorities say the pilot of a small cargo airplane was killed in a plane crash in south Texas.
UPS Gets Approval Will Become 1st American Company To Run Drone AirlineWhat can brown do for you? Apparently, deliver your package by drone. UPS says it has won government approval to run a drone airline.
UPS To Hire 100,000 Holiday Workers And Pay Them MoreUPS said Monday it expects to hire about 100,000 seasonal workers and pay them more to handle the avalanche of packages shipped between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
FedEx Absolutely, Positively Cuts Ties With AmazonYou may absolutely, positively get your Amazon order overnight, but it won't be from FedEx.
This Year, More Returns Expected Before The Gifts Are OpenedThe gifts under the tree haven't been opened yet, but it appears people are already returning their holiday hauls.
Amazon Getting In The Delivery Business With "Prime" Branded VansWith Amazon's new program rolling out Thursday, contractors across the country can launch businesses that deliver Amazon packages.
Nationwide Strike Would Deliver Financial Blow To UPSAn extended work stoppage could cost the delivery giant UPS hundreds of millions of dollars, while also delaying shipments across the U.S.
3 Crashes In Different Cities Along Interstate-30, All Around Same TimeA series of crashes along Interstate-30 early Friday kept emergency crews busy and drivers frustrated throughout the night. All of the crashes happened in different parts of the DFW area.
UPS, FedEx Shares Fall On Report Amazon Readying Delivery ServiceShares of FedEx and UPS slipped following a media report that Amazon.com is readying its own air delivery service.
Time Running Out To Get Packages Delivered In Time For Christmas!Software developer Shipmatrix, which monitors delivery data, says UPS achieved its on-time goal 97.3 percent of the time from December 10-16, to FedEx’s 98.1 percent and the U.S. Postal Service’s 99 percent.
UPS Trucks, Center, Packages Damaged In Maryland FireAn overnight fire at a UPS center has sent a yet undetermined number of packages up in smoke during this holiday season.