UPS Japan Fact Sheet

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UPS Japan Fact Sheet

FOUNDED August 28, 1907, in Seattle, Washington., USA
ESTABLISHED IN JAPAN 1990
WORLD HEADQUARTERS Atlanta, Ga., USA
ASIA PACIFIC HEADQUARTERS Singapore
REPRESENTATIVE DIRECTOR AND PRESIDENT, UPS JAPANjim Gray
Masato Umeno
WORLD WIDE WEB ADDRESS UPS.com/jp/en
UPS JAPAN HEADQUARTERS UPS Japan Co., Ltd.
MS Shibaura Building 13F, 4-13-23, Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0023
UPS SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTIONS JAPAN HEADQUARTERS UPS Supply Chain Solutions (Japan), Co., Ltd.
Vort Shibaura WaterFront, 4-12-31 Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0023
GLOBAL VOLUME & REVENUE  
  2016 REVENUE US$61 billion
  2016 DELIVERY VOLUME 4.9 billion packages and documents
  DAILY DELIVERY VOLUME 19.1 million packages and documents
  DAILY U.S. AIR DELIVERY VOLUME 2.7 million packages and documents
  DAILY INTERNATIONAL VOLUME 2.8 million packages and documents
AIRPORTS SERVED 2 (Narita International Airport - NRT and Kansai International Airport - KIX)
POINTS OF ACCESS 22 (MBE stores, PAKMAIL counters, Navy Exchange counters and UPS Express Centers)
EMPLOYEES More than 900 in Japan; more than 434,000 worldwide
OPERATING FACILITIES 65 (admin offices, package pickup and delivery centers, distribution centers, field stocking locations, container freight stations, gateways, and customs brokerage offices)
UPS FLIGHTS 32 weekly flights to and from Narita International Airport (NRT) and Kansai International Airport (KIX) using B767
SERVICES  
  SMALL PACKAGE
  • UPS Worldwide Express Plus™
  • UPS Worldwide Express™
  • UPS Worldwide Express Saver®
  • UPS Worldwide Express Freight®
  • UPS Worldwide Express Freight® Midday
  • UPS Worldwide Expedited®
  • UPS WorldEase®
  INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS
  • UPS Trade Direct® Air
  • UPS Trade Direct® Ocean
  CONTRACT LOGISTICS
  • Distribution
  • Service Parts Logistics
  FREIGHT FORWARDING
  • UPS Air Freight Direct®
  • UPS Air Freight Consolidated®
  • Full Container Load
  • Less-Than-Container Load
  • Preferred LCL
  • UPS Customs Brokerage
  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 (ISC)
  • 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

2016

  • UPS announced the expansion of its earliest morning package delivery service, UPS Worldwide Express Plus®. By expanding its reach to 28 new countries and enhancing service to more postal codes in 25 existing countries, shippers can reach the top 20 economics in the world earlier than ever before. In Asia Pacific, the service was launch in Thailand and Vietnam, and expanded in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.

2015

  • UPS Japan expanded its UPS Worldwide Express® service to more than 41,000 new postal codes around the world, including Japan with more than 1,700 new postal codes. The service offers guaranteed delivery by 10:30 a.m., noon, or 2:00 p.m., depending on the destination.
  • UPS Japan made several service enhancements in selected cities of Nagano and Kanagawa prefectures. In Nagano, pick-up cut-off time was extended up to 90 minutes in two cities and one additional city was introduced as a new daily scheduled pick-up area. In Kanagawa, scheduled pick-up service areas were expanded with 12 new cities.

2014

  • UPS Japan commissioned the first "UPS Japan Manufacturing and Trade Trends" survey, which looks into the current and future trends of the manufacturing industry in the context of global trade and logistics. The continuing shift in manufacturing from Japan to overseas markets, the importance of logistics and the opportunity to streamline and optimize operations to remain competitive, and the emergence of new trade markets, particularly Southeast Asia, are key findings from the survey.

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