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UPS Canada advertises it’s ready to pick up what others can’t

Prepared to deliver by Christmas what Canada Post couldn't

December 17, 2018

MISSISSAUGA, ON – UPS Canada claims it’s ready to pick up volume that other parcel delivery services can’t handle this year.

In a release, the company said: “Many carriers are experiencing backlogs due to a surge in holiday packages from recent labour disruptions at Canada Post and have suspended pickups and no longer guaranteeing delivery by Christmas. UPS Canada is prepared to pick up additional packages from any business that is experiencing the last minute holiday crunch.”

“UPS Access Point locations are situated in convenient places with evening and weekend hours to fit the busy Canadian lifestyle,” said Nicolas Dorget, director, strategic alliances, UPS Canada. “We are ready for additional volume, and the UPS Access Point Network is robust and prepared to serve Canadians.”

Consumers and businesses across the country use the UPS Access Point Network to ensure smooth delivery and maintain their customer service standards. “The UPS Access Point Network has benefitted our customers who need flexible solutions to pick up their packages when they are not at home,” adds Dorget.