UPS introduces My Choice service in Austria

Service concepts UPS My Choice and UPS Access Point provide online shoppers and global retailers more comfort with deliveries

UPS announced in a press release that it will expand UPS My Choice and the UPS Access Point network, two of the company’s powerful services that work seamlessly together to provide busy online shoppers and global retailers new personalized solutions to manage residential package deliveries.

UPS My Choice will now be available to consumers in 15 additional countries, including Austria. The UPS Access Point network, already present in seven European markets, is now also available in in Poland, Italy, New York City and Chicago and will expand rapidly to cover the European markets and American continent during 2015. The UPS My Choice and UPS Access Point combined service will also be available in Canada and Mexico later this month.

More than 10 million U.S. consumers already use UPS My Choice to plan for their deliveries when and where it is convenient for them.

Consumers in Austria will be able to sign up for the free service at The most important advantages are advance delivery notifications informing about the delivery timing of each UPS package. Consumers also have the ability to reroute eligible packages to another address or reschedule deliveries for a future date before a UPS driver makes a delivery. Consumers can also activate a vacation setting to have packages held and delivered when they return home.

„Our objective is to inform our customers about the parcel delivery at 100 per cent, and deliver them when and wherever they want. UPS My Choice and the UPS Access Point network give customers new solutions for personalizing their customer’s package delivery,“ said Alan Gershenhorn, UPS executive vice president and chief commercial officer.

To meet the rising demand of border-crossing e-commerce, as an alternative to home delivery, online retailers in more than 30 European markets can send their shipments directly to UPS Access Points in France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Great Britain, and Spain as well as in Canada and Mexico, thus improving delivery options for their customers. Currently, there are more than 12,000 UPS Access Point locations in seven European countries. UPS expects to have 20,000 locations in key markets throughout Europe and the Americas by the end of 2015.

Quelle: Österreichische Verkehrszeitung

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