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USPS intends to deliver parcels for UPS

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USPS is continuing to expand its shipping and packages business, part of the organization’s efforts to grow revenue.

The Postal Service intends to deliver packages for United Parcel Service (UPS) on Sundays.

The arrangement is part of the Postal Service’s broader efforts to expand its shipping and packages business, a key component of the organization’s revenue growth strategy.

The parcels that the Postal Service would deliver are for UPS SurePost and Mail Innovations.

“The Postal Service continues to be a market leader in Sunday package delivery, and we look forward to the prospect of expanding our relationship with United Parcel Service by providing this service to UPS,” said Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan.

“This initiative will showcase the Postal Service’s unique ability to scale and meet market demands through our unrivaled network to benefit shippers, retailers and consumers alike. With today’s increasingly competitive package delivery landscape, the Postal Service remains focused on providing our customers like UPS with prompt, reliable and efficient service at competitive prices to meet their expanding delivery needs.”

The Postal Service will provide employees with additional information when available.

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