UPS Italy Fact Sheet

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UPS Italy Fact Sheet

BACKGROUND UPS® is a global leader in logistics, offering a broad range of solutions including the transportation of packages and freight, the facilitation of international trade, and the deployment of advanced technology to more efficiently manage the world of business. With its wide array of services to more than 220 countries and territories, UPS delivers 20 million packages every day. Global revenue for 2017 was $66 billion on a total annual volume of 5.1 billion packages and documents.
   
ESTABLISHED IN ITALY UPS first entered Europe in 1976 when it established domestic operations in Germany. UPS has since developed a comprehensive European service portfolio, combining local expertise in each market with UPS’s international strength and high quality standards. UPS first entered Italy in 1987 through the acquisition of Alimondo. To further enhance capabilities, UPS acquired Pieffe Group in 2011.
   
ITALY HEADQUARTERS United Parcel Service Italia s.r.l.
Via Fantoli 15/2 & 15/8
20138 Milano
Telephone number: 02-30 30 30 39
   
COUNTRY MANAGER Karl Haberkorn
   
POINTS OF ACCESS More than 2,800 (UPS centers, UPS Access PointTM locations & MBE centers)
   
OPERATING FACILITIES 17 Small Package, 4 SCS, including more than 60,000m² warehouse space
   
EMPLOYEES More than 1,200
   
DELIVERY FLEET More than 1,600 (subcontractor vehicles)
   
AIRPORTS SERVED Bologna, Ciampino (Rome), Orio al Serio (Bergamo), Falconara (Ancona) and Venice
   
SERVICES OFFERED UPS Express Plus®, UPS Express®, UPS Express Saver®, UPS Standard®, UPS Expedited, UPS Worldwide Express Freight®, UPS Worldwide Express Freight® Midday, UPS Returns®, UPS My Choice®, UPS Import Control®, UPS Proactive ResponseTM, UPS Trade Direct, World Ease®, UPS TradeAbility, UPS Express Critical®, UPS export and import brokerage services, UPS cashflow services, UPS online shipping solutions, UPS visibility services, UPS Air Freight, UPS Ocean Freight, UPS Preferred®, Contract Logistics

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