|Bid||98.83 x 900|
|Ask||101.15 x 800|
|Day's range||96.92 - 99.74|
|52-week range||82.00 - 125.31|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.83|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.17|
|Earnings date||22 Jul 2020 - 27 Jul 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||4.04 (4.16%)|
|Ex-dividend date||22 May 2020|
|1y target est||103.22|
Cheap planes and a need for more capacity could be a perfect opportunity for Amazon to snatch up new jets for its delivery services.
Ware2Go, a UPS (NYSE:UPS) company that helps merchants simplify fast delivery to customers, announced new research results from its recent survey of American consumer habits during the coronavirus pandemic. Some 87% of Americans are taking up new activities due to shelter-in-place directives being implemented to slow the spread of COVID-19.
UPS (UPS), a global leader in logistics, in partnership with McLane Global, a leading food and logistics company, today announced the delivery of the five millionth meal through the Emergency Meals-to-You program, designed to deliver shelf-stable, nutritious meals to students in rural areas of the country. The program is a partnership between McLane Global, UPS, USDA, the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, and PepsiCo to deliver meals to students in rural areas who would otherwise go hungry due to the impact of the novel coronavirus. The logistics solution was developed with support from The UPS Foundation, which leads UPS’s global citizenship programs.
Due to flight restrictions on the pharmaceutical company’s supply chain because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Reddy’s teamed up with UPS Healthcare to get 30 tons of temperature-controlled medical cargo from India to the U.S. ATLANTA, May 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- UPS (UPS) today announced a collaboration with Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories to get 30 tons of pharmaceuticals from India to the United States via Europe. Given the supply chain challenges and restrictions due to the Coronavirus pandemic, UPS Healthcare and Dr. Reddy’s created an emergency supply chain plan to replenish pharmaceutical stocks in U.S. markets.
ATLANTA, May 14, 2020 -- The UPS (NYSE: UPS) Board of Directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $1.01 per share on all outstanding Class A and Class B shares..
UPS (UPS) today announced the expansion of its express air network to Gary/Chicago International Airport. Gary will be served by a UPS Airlines Airbus A300. With a maximum payload of more than 120,000 lbs., the wide body cargo jet can carry more than 14,000 UPS Next Day Air® packages.
Online shoppers are buying from more sellers and in more product categories amid shelter in place orders and social distancing practices, according to a survey by Ware2Go, a UPS (NYSE:UPS) company that helps merchants simplify fast delivery to customers. More than half (55%) say they’re purchasing from online retailers they’ve never shopped with before and buying a broader range of products: 61% buying groceries, 45% purchasing clothing, and 34% buying vitamins and supplements online.
In a move unlikely to surprise anyone, UPS followed FedEx (NYSE: FDX) in withdrawing its full-year guidance due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The contrast is most striking in the U.S. domestic package segment, where a high-single-digit revenue increase matched with a 42.2% fall in operating profit.
ATLANTA, May 04, 2020 -- Solutions and expertise deployed include UPS Temperature True® shipping services, air freight services and warehouse optimization. Edwards’ monitoring.
The Michaels Companies, Inc., (MIK) the largest arts and crafts retail chain in North America, and UPS (UPS) today announce curbside service at UPS Access Point® locations located within more than 800 Michaels stores nationwide. Without ever entering the store, this new service provides consumers a safe, convenient option to ship UPS® packages directly to a Michaels store, as well as drop off pre-labeled shipments and make returns to any e-commerce retailer that accepts UPS returns shipments. Upon arrival at the location, a Michaels Team Member will safely and securely interact with the customer to facilitate a contactless process – start to finish.
Shares of United Parcel Service (NYSE: UPS) fell 5% on Tuesday morning after the shipping and transportation giant reported first-quarter results that came in below expectations and pulled full-year guidance. The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting the business, and it's hard to say how long those disruptions will last. Before markets opened Tuesday, UPS reported first-quarter earnings of $1.15 per share in the quarter on revenue of $18.04 billion, compared to analyst expectations for $1.23 per share in earnings on revenue of $17.2 billion.
United Parcel Service Inc. reported a 13% drop in first-quarter profit, to $965 million, as stay-at-home orders generated deliveries to people’s homes but not enough to offset the higher costs and a drop in business deliveries. UPS said Tuesday that it couldn't predict the depth or duration of "significant headwinds” caused by the coronavirus outbreak, so it withdrew forecasts about future revenue and profit.
UPS (UPS) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -4.96% and 3.53%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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Earnings season kicks into high gear Tuesday. A slew of big names will deliver quarterly results, but the spotlight will be on Alphabet, Starbucks and Advanced Micro Devices after the closing bell.
In one that might have a big impact on logistics, CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) and UPS's (NYSE: UPS) UPS Flight Forward drone service are joining forces to fly prescription drugs to residents of a Florida retirement community. All deliveries will be sourced from a CVS store very close to the retirement community; the flight distance will be under half a mile. According to UPS, The Villages is the largest retirement community in the country.
With the transportation sector being one of the hardest-hit by the coronavirus pandemic, Q1 results of most sector participants are likely to reflect a massive downfall.
Drones to deliver prescription medicines from a Florida CVS pharmacy for the largest retirement community in U.S. UPS (UPS) and CVS Health Corporation (NYSE:CVS.N) today said UPS subsidiary UPS Flight Forward (UPSFF) will use drones to deliver prescription medicines from a CVS pharmacy to The Villages, Florida for the largest U.S. retirement community, home to more than 135,000 residents.
UPS will begin drone delivery from CVS pharmacies to more than 130,000 residents in the country's largest retirement community to protect them from COVID-19.
China's Inceptio Technology, a startup developing self-driving trucks, has raised $100 million in its latest funding round from logistics firm GLP, its key strategic investor G7 and other investors, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. The proceeds from its series A funding round will be used to further develop its technologies and to start commercial trials, said the sources, who declined to be named as they were not authorised to speak to media. The company, which aims to operate a freight network with autonomous driving trucks in China from 2022, has partnerships with Dongfeng Automobile Co Ltd, Sinotruk Hong Kong Ltd and Foton.