DENVER, Col. — UPS Freight, the heavy freight arm of UPS, says it has improved transit times from several US cities to Calgary and Edmonton.
UPS’s LTL division says it is focusing on improving service from the southwest and western US to Western Canada. It now offers two-day service from Denver and Las Vegas to the Calgary and Edmonton markets, the company announced.
UPS Freight is also offering three-day service to Calgary and Edmonton from the Dallas Metroplex and southern California.
“These lane enhancements further reinforce UPS Freight’s strong commitment to improving the overall value proposition for cross-border LTL shipments,” said UPS Freight president Jack Holmes. “These latest moves bring the total number of lane improvements across the Canadian/US border to more than 1,100 in just the last two years, all backed by our no-fee delivery guarantee for customers shipping on our current 525 tariff.”
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