UPS expands its services in Taiwan


UPS has introduced service enhancements in central and southern areas of Changhua County, designed to help importers and exporters better connect to a global marketplace. These include additional and extended pickup cut-off times in 88 postal codes across 11 townships, which allow for same day export service for time-critical shipments. In sum, the company has expanded to over 180 postal codes in 16 townships in Changhua.

The latest enhancements in the Philippines, South Korea and Taiwan are part of UPS’s strategy in the region to improve services for Asian customers, help them capitalise on opportunities in emerging markets and ensure that they are able to balance rising costs. The company also recently expanded their UPS Worldwide Express portfolio that impacted an additional 13 markets in Asia Pacific, including Taiwan.

“Over the last 18 months, UPS expanded our service coverage and portfolio in 35 markets across five countries and territories in the region, to reliably connect Asian businesses of all sizes to the world. Through UPS, Asia is staying open for business with the world – an additional 122m potential customers can now reach markets never available to them before,” said Ross McCullough, President of UPS Asia Pacific.

Source: UPS

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