UPS - United Parcel Service, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.61 (+0.53%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close115.87
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask119.99 x 800
Day's Range115.83 - 118.15
52 Week Range89.89 - 123.63
Avg. Volume3,365,239
Market Cap100.022B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)21.26
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.84 (3.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-16
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Will Low International Package Volumes Mar UPS' Q3 Earnings?

    Will Low International Package Volumes Mar UPS' Q3 Earnings?

    With UPS having substantial exposure in China, the trad-related uncertainty might have hurt the company's international volumes. However, solid e-commerce growth is likely to have aided results.

  • Benzinga

    UPS Enters The Self-Storage Market With A Different Twist

    The $38 billion a year U.S. self-storage industry has a new player – UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS). The transport and logistics giant unveiled on October 14 a service called "Storage on Demand," in which it will provide pick-ups and deliveries of stored goods without the customer being required to drop off or pick up the goods themselves. Under the service, UPS will deliver storage bins (see photo) for users to load their property.

  • American City Business Journals

    UPS launches 'valet storage' concept in metro Atlanta, with aim at $38 billion industry

    UPS has launched a new "valet storage" concept in metro Atlanta, with sights on the $38 billion self-storage industry.

  • 3 Freight Stocks Ready to Fulfill Gains

    3 Freight Stocks Ready to Fulfill Gains

    Increased pricing flexibility may give freight stocks a boost. Trade these three industry players that sit near technical support.

  • Michaels (MIK) Stock Gains 17% on Solid Omni-Channel Efforts

    Michaels (MIK) Stock Gains 17% on Solid Omni-Channel Efforts

    Michaels (MIK) gains from its solid omni-channel initiatives, including endeavors to boost in-store operations.

  • American City Business Journals

    UPS plans major expansion of Memphis hub

    UPS’ Memphis distribution facility could be getting a lot bigger. The package delivery company submitted an application Oct. 7 to the Memphis and Shelby County Office of Planning and Development, with hopes of expanding its distribution facility at 3675 New Swinnea Road, near Memphis International Airport. The work would be headed up by Pickering Firm Inc., a Memphis-based engineering and architectural group.


    FedEx and UPS Could Benefit From Higher Postal Prices. Trade Might Get in the Way.

    The post office is asking for an average 5.4% increase for its express shipping products. That’s a bit of good news for parcel shippers such UPS and FedEx.

  • United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS): Hedge Funds In Wait-and-See Mode
    Insider Monkey

    United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS): Hedge Funds In Wait-and-See Mode

    Most investors tend to think that hedge funds and other asset managers are worthless, as they cannot beat even simple index fund portfolios. In fact, most people expect hedge funds to compete with and outperform the bull market that we have witnessed in recent years. However, hedge funds are generally partially hedged and aim at […]

  • Benzinga

    UPS Widens Net In New Partnership To Reach Small To Midsize Retailers

    UPS Inc (NYSE: UPS ) is announcing a new collaboration with Shippo – a leading shipping and logistics app for small- to mid-sized retailers. Shippo's 35,000 businesses can now easily create an account ...

  • Benzinga

    UPS To Add 6,000 Natural Gas Vehicles Over Next 3 Years

    Following its decision to purchase 230 million gallon equivalents of renewable natural gas (RNG) to use between 2020 and 2026, UPS Inc (NYSE: UPS) is acquiring vehicles to use the fuel. Big Brown announced on Oct. 9, 2019, that it deploy 6,000 natural-gas powered trucks starting next year as part of a three-year agreement with Agility Fuel Solutions. Agility has supplied natural gas fuel storage and delivery systems for UPS since 2016, totaling more than 1,700 current UPS trucks.

  • Michaels' (MIK) Partnership With UPS to Boost Stores Footfall

    Michaels' (MIK) Partnership With UPS to Boost Stores Footfall

    Michaels (MIK) partners with UPS, bringing the UPS Access Point locations to more than 1,100 Michaels' outlets across the United States.

  • UPS makes 3-year, $450M commitment to expand natural gas fleet
    American City Business Journals

    UPS makes 3-year, $450M commitment to expand natural gas fleet

    UPS is upping its investment in compressed natural gas and adding more fuel to its deal with a subsidiary of Norway-based Hexagon Composites.

  • Gloomy Near-Term Outlook for Air Freight & Cargo Stocks

    Gloomy Near-Term Outlook for Air Freight & Cargo Stocks

    Gloomy Near-Term Outlook for Air Freight & Cargo Stocks

  • MarketWatch

    UPS will spend $450 million to add 6,000 vehicles to its natural gas fleet

    United Parcel Service Inc. said Wednesday that it will make a $450 million investment in 6,000 natural-gas-powered vehicles between 2020 and 2022 and custom-built fueling stations across the U.S. A quarter of the vehicles purchased in 2020 will run on alternative fuels, UPS says. The compressed natural gas fuel systems in the new vehicles yield up to a 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions for the life of the vehicle. UPS has invested more than $1 billion in alternative fuel vehicles, and fueling stations over the past decade, an effort to cut 12% of greenhouse gas emissions from the company's ground operations by 2025. UPS operates more than 10,000 low-emissions vehicles around the world, including electric bikes, and will have 61 natural gas locations in the U.S. and abroad by the end of the year. UPS stock has rallied 16.6% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index is up 16.3% for the period.

  • UPS hits the gas on greener delivery truck fleet

    UPS hits the gas on greener delivery truck fleet

    Starting next year, there will be a lot more "green" in those brown UPS delivery trucks. United Parcel Service Inc on Wednesday announced plans to buy more than 6,000 natural gas-powered trucks over three years and step up purchases of renewable natural gas (RNG) as part of a new $450 million investment to reduce the environmental impact of its 123,000-vehicle fleet. The latest move from the world's largest package delivery firm comes as utility companies, investors and others seek to expand the use of RNG - which is derived from decomposing organic matter such as cow manure on dairy farms, discarded food in landfills and human waste in water treatment plants - to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • UPS is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to fight climate change
    Yahoo Finance

    UPS is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to fight climate change

    UPS plans to buy more than 6,000 natural gas powered trucks at a cost of $450 million to save on fuel and fight climate change.

  • MarketWatch

    FedEx partners with Walgreens, to allow package returns at Walgreens stores

    FedEx Corp. announced Tuesday a partnership with Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. in which consumers can drop off returns at "thousands" of Walgreens stores nationwide. The rollout of the service will begin in early November. "Shoppers prefer to take their online returns to a physical location, so by expanding FedEx Returns Technology to our broader convenience network with Walgreens, we're enabling merchants and e-tailers to offer more locations for their customers to bring their returns," said Ryan Kelly, vice president of global e-commerce marketing at FedEx. FedEx's stock fell 1.5% and Walgreens shares eased 0.3% in morning trading, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 292 points, or 1.1%. The announcement comes a day after United Parcel Service Inc. announced a partnership with Micheals Companies Inc. to allow pick-ups and drop-offs of UPS packages at 1,100 Michaels stores. Separately, Inc. allows customers to return items through Kohl's Corp. stores.

  • Benzinga

    Michaels Craft Stores Now Function As UPS Drop Off And Pick Up Locations

    For crafters who frequent Michaels Companies Inc (NASDAQ: MIK ), North America's largest craft retailer, UPS Inc  (NYSE: UPS ) has made 1,100 Michaels stores nationwide into UPS Access Points. This means ...

  • MarketWatch

    Michaels shares rise after it announces UPS partnership

    Michaels Cos. Inc. shares rose 4.4% in Monday trading after it said that 1,100 of its stores will now serve as pick-up and drop-off points for United Parcel Service Inc. packages. In total, Michaels has 1,200 stores in the U.S. and Canada. Customers can have packages routed to their local Michaels store for delivery, and can ship returns from one of the arts-and-crafts stores. A similar program, through a partnership between Kohl's Corp. and Inc. , allows customers to send Amazon returns through Kohl's locations. Experts say it's a cost saver for Amazon and a traffic driver for Kohl's. Michaels stock has sunk 39% over the past year, UPS shares have inched up 0.2%, and the S&P 500 index has gained 2.3% for the period.

  • American City Business Journals

    Here are new technologies being patented by Coca-Cola, NCR, UPS and other big Georgia companies

    The patents include new technologies for producing clean water, drones, electric vehicles, and fighting disease.

  • Benzinga

    UPS To Invest $220 Million In Louisville Maintenance Hangar

    UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS) said Thursday afternoon it is investing $220 million in a huge hangar at it's Worldport sort center in Louisville, Kentucky, to support regular maintenance of its air fleet, which the company is expanding to meet rapid increases in demand for next-day e-commerce, healthcare and small business shipments. The 262,000-square foot building will be able to simultaneously house two 747-8F aircraft, the largest in the UPS Airlines fleet. Due to the configuration of property at Louisville International Airport, the new hangar will be built on leased land at the opposite end from the Worldport campus.

  • Globenewswire Test

    UPS Driver Training Facility Opens In Columbus, Ohio

    UPS Integrad® Training Features “Experiential” Learning Approach To Help Create The Finest Service Providers In The IndustryCOLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 04, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- UPS announced the opening of its twelfth UPS Integrad driver training facility in Columbus, Ohio. Since the first UPS Integrad site opened in Landover, Md., in 2007, the company has seen dramatic improvements in safety, production and service indices, as well as a reduction in turnover. The curriculum in the one-week course teaches drivers through “experiential learning” that emphasizes hands-on, “real life” scenarios, now enhanced by virtual reality simulations. Prior to UPS Integrad training, the majority of initial driver training was classroom- and lecture-based. Now, drivers practice delivery methods in a realistic setting on an outside course designed to mimic a small town called “Clarkville USA.” Arrayed with small houses, street signs and even a dog bowl to alert drivers of the presence of a dog, Clarkville provides realism in a controlled environment.In addition to the hands-on training that is key to Integrad curriculum, UPS has added virtual reality driving simulations. The use of virtual reality technology allows students to drive without leaving the building. The intent of the simulations is to help students identify potential hazards by visualizing other vehicles, pedestrians, traffic signs and signals, the basis of what a driver needs to drive defensively.A significant portion of UPS Integrad training is focused on safe driving, and is designed to enhance the company’s already strong road safety accomplishments. UPS currently employs more than 10,000 “Circle of Honor” drivers who have driven 25 years or more without an accident.  “The sophisticated UPS Integrad training and our focus on adaptive learning styles will guarantee a new generation of Circle of Honor drivers,” said UPS Integrad Expansion Director Tristan Christensen. To date, more than 7,500 drivers and over 1,500 driver supervisors have completed UPS Integrad training. In 2018, UPSers participated in more than 6 million hours of health and safety training. The company spends more than $230 million annually on all driver training and training resources.The Columbus site joins existing  facilities in Lake Mary, Florida, West Boylston, MA,  Atlanta, McKinney, Texas and Menlo Park, Calif. suburban Chicago, Phoenix, Portland, Ore., and Landover, Md. UPS also has locations in Cologne, Germany and Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom.  About UPS     UPS (NYSE: UPS) is a global leader in logistics, offering a broad range of solutions including transporting packages and freight; facilitating international trade, and deploying advanced technology to more efficiently manage the world of business. Headquartered in Atlanta, UPS serves more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. UPS was awarded America’s Best Customer Service company for Shipping and Delivery services by Newsweek magazine; Forbes Most Valuable Brand in Transportation; and top rankings on the JUST 100 list for social responsibility, the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, and the Harris Poll Reputation Quotient, among other prestigious rankings and awards. The company can be found on the web at or and its corporate blog can be found at The company’s sustainability eNewsletter, UPS Horizons, can be found at To get UPS news direct, follow @UPS_News on Twitter. To ship with UPS, visit information about careers at UPS, please visit our human resources page at CONTACT: Dan McMackin

  • American City Business Journals

    UPS to spend $220 million on massive hangar in Louisville

    UPS is expanding operations in Louisville to the tune of $750 million. Here are more details on the project.

  • Benzinga

    Amazon Prime Air VP Touts Environmental, Safety Benefits Of Drone Delivery, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime Air vice president Gur Kimchi held an audience of clean technology and environmental policy experts spellbound as he laid out the company's futuristic vision of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) darting around the sky delivering packages to consumers in 30 minutes or less. "We are very comfortable that the economics of this business are great," said Kimchi, in a reference to the Prime Air delivery drone, an electric aircraft that is capable of both vertical takeoff and landing and forward flight. Gur Kimchi shows GreenTech 2019 audience how an Amazon drone views the world.

  • Exclusive: UPS leases massive space in Fremont in record Bay Area industrial deal
    American City Business Journals

    Exclusive: UPS leases massive space in Fremont in record Bay Area industrial deal

    The shipping giant will open an e-commerce and logistics hub in Fremont in January after taking part in the largest industrial building transaction in Bay Area history.