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UPS

Organizational Assessment of United Parcel Service
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Raquel De Mayo

on 9 July 2013

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Transcript of UPS

The UPSers
Raquel Simana
Louis Barros
Patrick McVay
Quinton Roles
Jax Davis
Contents
Introduction and History
Assessment of the Company through:
Logistics and Technology
Corporate Social Responsibility
UPS and the Environment
Competition
Labor Union - The Teamsters
Recommendations


Package Flow Technologies (PFT) & LIDO

PFT: Hardware and software design to optimized delivery routes.
LIDO: Flight program that calculates most efficient route based on weather, winds, terrain and other factors.

TECHNOLOGY & LOGISTICS
Louis Barros
Vehicle Technologies

Compressed natural gas, propane-powered, hybrid electric, liquefied natural gas, electric, and fuel cell.

Delivery Information Acquisition Device (DIAD)
Conveyor belts and Barcoding
UPS Online Tools

Tracking (shipment status)
Rates and Service Selection
Shipping Estimate
Supply Chain Management (UPS Order Watch)
UPS Mobile Apps
UPS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Patrick McVay
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy

Using logistics and continuous technological innovation to reduce UPS’ carbon footprint in all areas: Air, Ground, Operating Facility
Air Fleet Efficiencies

Accounts for more than half of UPS’ carbon footprint.
NextGen Approach to Pilot and Air Traffic Controller Communication
Continuous Decent Approach
Ground Fleet Efficiencies

Telematics
Routing Technology, ORION
No Left Turns!

INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY
Raquel Simana
COMPETITION
Quinton Roles
FED EX
Founded in 1971 by Frederick W. Smith
Has 3 times as many planes as UPS
Have print and ship from anywhere services
Revenue in 2012 was 46.6 billion, an increase from $39.3 billion in 2011 and $34.73 billion in 2010
Earnings per share increased 40%
USPS
Founded by Benjamin franklin in 1775
According to internal statistics, from 2002 to 2011 the volume of first-class stamped mail declined nearly 50%, while the number of delivery vehicles increased.
To stay solvent, the USPS has responded by delivering more junk mail, closing smaller post offices, and in recent months, even considered ending deliveries on Saturday. These measures are designed to continue universal mail delivery, and cut costs but not to reduce federal funding for the ailing agency.
In 2012 the number of pieces of mail delivered fell by another 5%, losing 15.9 billion
Now losing an estimated $25 million a day.
DHL
Created in 1969 by three partners
Present in over 220 countries and territories across the globe, making it the most international company in the world.
With a workforce exceeding 285,000 employees
$13 million investment in Vietnam by 2015
2012 revenues were $55 billion
LABOR UNION
Jax Davis
Benefits

UPS employees are offered a choice to be part of the Union, offering many benefits. The Teamsters, as they are better known, require a small fee which is deducted from their weekly paycheck.
Advantages

The union undoubtedly provides its members with a plethora of benefits. Here are some more reasons and advantages of being part of the union.
Legal Aspects

Weingarten Rights
Loudermill Rights
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Garrity Basics
THANK YOU
1907 to 1970s
1980s to 2013
A global company growing through innovation, technology and acquisitions
From $100 and 2 bikes to a national delivery company
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