United Parcel Service, also known as UPS, is one of the largest shipping companies in the world. It is based out of the United States but has operations worldwide with a fleet strength of 120,000 ground vehicles, 500+ aircraft, and more than 500,000 employees. Their average daily package handling volume is close to 25 million, and they serve close to 220 countries and territories through their 1800+ facilities around the world. They offer same-day, standard, LTL, and freight-level services in their portfolio.
- Create and track orders for UPS (Ground, 3 Day, 2 Day, Next Day, Express Critical, Standard, Worldwide, and Freight) right within the Hopstack platform.
- Automate repetitive label printing through the seamless sync between UPS and Hopstack
- Empower your business to prevent unnecessary shipping charges by shopping for shipping rates provided by multiple carriers in real-time, including UPS.
- Once the fulfillment process for an order is completed within the Hopstack platform, a corresponding shipment plan will be created on UPS (if it is chosen as the carrier or if it is designated by business rules)
- For all orders that have UPS as the designated carrier, the relevant tracking IDs or airway bill numbers will be automatically synced from UPS systems to the Hopstack platform, and subsequently to the respective sales channels.
Automated Shipping Label Generation
- Download the shipping label from UPS and sync it to the Hopstack platform.
- Print the shipping label automatically based on the printer setup and streamline packing operations.
Order Status Tracking
- Automatically sync the order status from UPS to the Hopstack platform and then to the respective sales channels
Cross Border Services
- UPS allows Hopstack clients to explore international shipping options within the Hopstack platform
Multi-Carrier Rate Shopping
- Choose between multiple shipping carriers, including UPS, while creating shipping plans during fulfillment based on the charges incurred while shipping
- Automate the system to choose the least priced alternative or allow managers to choose it themselves before starting outbound processes.