UPS a global leader in shipping services and logistics has announced the opening of six new UPS Express® centers strategically located across Mexico.
With the opening of these new facilities, the company will have a total of 20 UPS Express® centers and more than 390 access points in the country. These centers will allow UPS to bring its expansive shipping portfolio to more customers, providing them efficient services and solutions designed to meet their needs.
“The addition of these new UPS Express® centers demonstrates our ongoing commitment to continue providing more solutions for our customers, offering them more options to conduct their business through our comprehensive network,” said David Hopkins, UPS Mexico marketing director. “With guaranteed shipping and greater visibility that allows our customers to track their packages online, we will continue delivering the world-class services that our customers require.”
Some of the services offered at the new locations include:
The new UPS Express® centers are located in:
*UPS Express® Playa del Carmen will have different hours of operation during the weekend; For Saturdays only, the UPS Express® Playa del Carmen location will be open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
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