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UPS Shipping | Hyde Park, NY

UPS Shipping

We handle all your UPS shipping 

United Parcel Service® (UPS) are the guys in the big brown trucks. They’ve been delivering to businesses and consumers since 1907 and have a reputation for fast, reliable service at competitive rates. When you want to close track a package, ship a package or search for the right delivery option, Shipping Place & More is your UPS store with a full range of special customer services waiting for you. Just contact us!

 

Authorized Shipping Outlet 

ups authorized shipping outlet

Shipping Place & More is a UPS Authorized Shipping Outlet (ASO) so we are experts on all UPS options and services. We are also packaging experts and have dozens of box sizes, bubble wrap, packing peanuts, tape, and other materials so we can make sure your items are packed with TLC and arrive in perfect condition.

UPS picks up from Shipping Place & More daily, so you can be certain your shipments receive the fast and efficient service you’ve come to expect from the UPS brand.

Shipping Place & More offers all UPS products and services

  • UPS Next Day Air®
  • UPS 2-Day Air®
  • UPS 3-Day Select®
  • UPS Ground®
  • UPS Canada®
  • UPS Worldwide Express®
  • UPS Worldwide Saver®
  • UPS Puerto Rico®

Proud history of  UPS

It's interesting to note that the world's largest delivery corporation started in 1909 with a $100 loan to two teenagers: James Casey and Claude Ryan. With that money, they launched the American Messenger Company in the cellar under Claude's uncle's tavern in Seattle.

Ten years later, in 1919, after World War I, the business was renamed United Parcel Service when they  expanded to Oakland, California. To add a sense of professionalism to their image, they painted all the company's cars the signature UPS brown color. By 1930, the young company had grown to ship goods to the east coast and they opened their headquarters in New York City. Eventually the UPS territory grew and grew with both local and long-distance service.

 

Proud history of  UPS

It's interesting to note that the world's largest delivery corporation started in 1909 with a $100 loan to two teenagers: James Casey and Claude Ryan. With that money, they launched the American Messenger Company in the cellar under Claude's uncle's tavern in Seattle.

Ten years later, in 1919, after World War I, the business was renamed United Parcel Service when they  expanded to Oakland, California. To add a sense of professionalism to their image, they painted all the company's cars the signature UPS brown color. By 1930, the young company had grown to ship goods to the east coast and they opened their headquarters in New York City. Eventually the UPS territory grew and grew with both local and long-distance service.

 

UPS now

UPS Truck Driver

In 2021, United Parcel Service is a huge multinational corporation with delivery to virtually every country in the world. UPS employs more than half a million people and delivers an average of 24 million packages every day. The first parcel service of America to be able to reach every address in the country or territory, UPS can ship all sizes of goods and track deliveries down to the details of what city the package has gone through.

 

Business service impacts related to coronavirus/UPS

Throughout the coronavirus, UPS services continued with few business service impacts related to coronavirus. The main business service impacts related to coronavirus reflected the dramatic increase in online ordering during the early days in the USA, when coronavirus UPS services expanded dramatically.

Related to coronavirus, UPS worked to protect both drivers and customers with social distancing, masks, and sometimes gloves.  Also related to coronavirus, close attention was given for food shipment delivery to homes throughout the country or territory.

UPS remained open for business service even when offices were closing and shifting to working from home.  UPS rebounded from any  business service impacts related  to coronavirus and kept its UPS store locations open for business service and personal shipment. With the coronavirus, close track of deliveries was critical as packages moved from city to city, state to state and territory.

 

Shipping Place & More

UPS shipping

At our retail location, we provide information and help you determine which delivery service is best for your needs. We keep up with news on shipping trends and options and take note of what might work well for you whether you are sending something to a local address or a far-away city. How fast you need a  shipment to arrive in that city can help determine which UPS method to use to ship. With our packing expertise and extensive inventory of packing materials, we can ensure the right box for your package or search for the best solution for its safe arrival.

 

Track a package from our retail location

We are open for business service and ready to close track a package to trace its delivery. Whether you want to ship a package or search for one that is already sent, contact us. As you visit various shipping sites, connect with us to learn how you can close track a package on your own from the convenience of your phone or computer.


Questions about UPS shipping?

For more information call 845-483-7447 to ask specific questions about your UPS shipment or to get a free quote. To track a UPS shipment, visit our Tracking Page. Not in a hurry? Click on the button below to send us a message.

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