Through efficient logistics, UPS thrivesThis holiday season – stretching from Thanksgiving to Christmas – UPS estimates it will deliver more than 430 million packages to destinations throughout the world. To handle the surge in deliveries UPS plans on hiring more than 50,000 temporary workers.

It is essential that goods reach businesses and consumers on time. UPS understands the role it plays in the logistics chain, allowing companies to ship and receive time-sensitive materials and consumers to get their holiday shopping goods on time. UPS senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing, Alan Gershenhorn, believes that UPS is at the "heart of logistics for millions of businesses and consumers," as they transport packages "to and from warehouses to boats, planes, trains and delivery vehicles and then to customers' doorsteps around the world."

To achieve a seamless supply chain, UPS allows shippers and receivers to track all packages through its website. Furthermore, UPS has a technologically-advanced label system that permits customers to pay and print wherever is most convenient: whether that is at home, at work or on the go with mobile devices.

Transparency, efficiency and supply chain management – all are attributes of UPS and its superior logistics capabilities. Santa's elves have nothing on the logistics giant.
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