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UPS Singapore Fact Sheet

FOUNDED August 28, 1907, in Seattle, Washington., USA
ESTABLISHED IN SINGAPORE 1988
WORLD HEADQUARTERS Atlanta, Ga., USA
ASIA PACIFIC HEADQUARTERS Singapore
MANAGING DIRECTOR Ingrid Sidiadinoto
WORLD WIDE WEB ADDRESS UPS.com/sg
HEADQUARTERS 31 ALPS Avenue #07-00, Singapore 498784
GLOBAL VOLUME & REVENUE  
  2013 REVENUE US$55.4 billion
  2013 DELIVERY VOLUME 4.3 billion packages and documents
  DAILY DELIVERY VOLUME 16.9 million packages and documents
  DAILY U.S. AIR DELIVERY VOLUME 2.3 million packages and documents
  DAILY INTERNATIONAL VOLUME 2.5 million packages and documents
POINTS OF ACCESS 2 Authorized Shipping Outlets namely Nam Ming Commercial & Stationery and IPLAN Pte Ltd (cash-paying customers only), UPS Customer Centre at Changi South Avenue 2
EMPLOYEES 966 in Singapore; 395,000 Worldwide
DELIIVERY FLEET 79 Express, 12 SCS
UPS FLIGHTS 16 weekly flights to and from Singapore
OPERATING FACILITIES 6 (UPS House, CIAS Cargo Terminal, Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS), UE TechPark, KLW Woodlands Warehouse, UPS Healthcare Facilty @Loyang)
BROKERAGE OPERATIONS 31 ALPS AVENUE, SINGAPORE 498784
SERVICES  
  SMALL PACKAGE
  • UPS Worldwide Express Plus®
  • UPS Worldwide Express®
  • UPS Worldwide Express Saver®
  • UPS Worldwide Express FreightSM
  • UPS Worldwide Expedited®
  • UPS WorldEase®
  INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
  • UPS Trade Direct® Air
  • UPS Trade Direct® Ocean
  • Sea-Air
  • Supplier Management
  CONTRACT LOGISTICS
  • Distribution
  • Service Part Logistics
  FREIGHT FORWARDING
  • UPS Air Freight Direct®
  • UPS Air Freight Consolidated®
  • Full Container
  • Less-Than-Container Load
  • Preferred LCL
  • UPS Customs Brokerage
  • UPS Temperature True®
  ENHANCED SERVICES
  • UPS Returns®
  • UPS Paperless® Invoice
  • Declared Value
  • UPS FTZ Facilitator®
  • UPS Import ControlTM
  • UPS Carbon Neutral
  • UPS Broker of Choice®
  • UPS International Dangerous Goods (IDG)
  • UPS International Special Commodities
  • Saturday Delivery
  TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  • UPS Billing Data and Billing Analysis Tool
  • UPS Internet Shipping
  • UPS TradeAbility®
  • WorldShip®
  • UPS CampusShip®
  • UPS Paperless® Invoice
  • Quantum View®
  • Flex® Global View
  • UPS MobileTM
  • UPS Calculate Time and Cost
  • UPS Schedule a Pickup
  • UPS Developer Kit

Recent Highlights

2013

  • UPS announced the expansion of its Preferred Less-Than-Container Load (LCL) expedited ocean freight service by offering access between Asia to three destinations in Mexico: Monterrey, Mexico City and Guadalajara. This service expansion allows customers to better anticipate and control their inbound supply chain operations. The service is available from 27 ports across 12 Asian markets including Singapore, to the United States, Canada, and now to Mexico.
  • UPS announced a new express air freight service, UPS Worldwide Express FreightSM, for urgent, time-sensitive and high-value international heavyweight shipments. This new service is an extension of the UPS Worldwide Express package portfolio and offers customers a seamless experience between shipping express package and express freight. 

2011

  • UPS opened its first dedicated healthcare facility in Asia to serve UPS’s rapid growth of its healthcare business. The 43,000 square-foot distribution facility in Singapore includes cold chain capabilities for products requiring temperature-sensitive storage and distribution as well as postponement services such as re-labeling and kitting.

2010

  • UPS launched UPS Import ControlSM, a new function that gives importers rather than exporters greater control over their inbound shipments. The new service reduces delays to the shipping process due to incorrect or incomplete documentation, and gives importers the ability to mask profit margins as they ship directly to end-customers.
  • UPS introduced its carbon neutral programme in the Asia Pacific region, including Singapore. UPS customers now have the option of paying a small fee to calculate and offset the impact of the carbon emissions associated with their shipments.

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