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Changes in parcel landscape loom large as UPS, Teamsters knock heads again
UPS says it needs flexibility to compete with parcel newbies. Will the union play ball?
C.H. Robinson executive tosses cold water on "urban fulfillment" concept
High costs, tight space, tough competition from other types of development create major headwinds, company's chief commercial officer says.
UPS should risk short-term Teamsters strike to gain flexibility, analyst says
Walkout might be worth it if it ends up yielding labor concessions, Wolfe Research says.
Home Depot launches pilot for ambitious outbound delivery plan
Four-year, $1.2 billion initiative aimed at making next-day deliveries to all U.S. customers.
Change or pay up: UPS aims to modify shipper behavior through new measures
Company to impose new audit fee, raise surcharge levels on oversized shipments.
Parcel sortation firm MHS acquires VanRiet, Dutch systems integrator
VanRiet to add parcel capabilities to MHS portfolio.
Coyote co-founder leaves UPS less than three years after acquisition
Jeff Silver, UPS parted ways several weeks ago, sources say.
AAR about-face on longer trucks traced to short-line influence, shipper group says
Individual railroads remain neutral on longer trucks despite their trade group's shift, sources say.
UPS revives program offering 3PLs parcel delivery service at LTL rates
Initiative aimed at filling void for LTL shippers with loads eligible for pallet breakdown and migration to parcel.
USPS says higher labor, freight expenses cut into parcel margins in fiscal second quarter
USPS paid more for parcel labor, truck shipping in quarter.

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