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Attention LTL Shippers and eShipPlus Users: The UPS Small Package National Master Agreement (NMA) and UPS Freight Master Agreement has been ratified. The freight agreement goes into effect immediately and UPS Freight has been reactivated in eShipPlus. As previously communicated, UPS Freight temporarily suspended pickups until a new labor agreement was in place. As a… Read more »
North American Alert: Attn: LTL Shippers & eShipPlus Users, Current events with UPS Freight is threatening to cause delays throughout the less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping industry across North America. As previously communicated, UPS Freight and the Teamsters Freight National Bargaining Committee recently concluded a round of discussions on October 25, 2018. UPS Teamster employees will go to… Read more »
The National Hurricane Center expects a storm surge along the coast of Florida and Alabama. Flooding is expected due to heavy rainfall and could cause flash flooding from the Florida Panhandle region into portions of Georgia, the Carolina’s, and southeast Virginia. Damaging hurricane force winds are likely along the Florida Panhandle, Big Bend, and Nature… Read more »
The National Hurricane Center expects a storm surge along the coastlines of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia, with potential water swells as far north as Maryland. Freshwater flooding is expected due to heavy rainfall. Damaging hurricane force winds are likely along coastal areas and could spread inland into the Carolina’s and Virginia, and potentially… Read more »
Exemptions for the EU, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, South Korea, Canada, and Mexico have for steel imports have now been extended. Exemptions for the EU, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, and Mexico have for aluminum imports have now been extended. For steel: |May 1, 2018 through May 31, 2018: All countries of origin except Canada, Mexico, Australia,… Read more »