UPS Freight to Raise Rates 5.9 Percent

October 4, 2010: UPS Freight will raise its non-contract rates 5.9 percent Oct. 18, becoming the fourth major less-than-truckload carrier to ask shippers for a general rate increase.

The increase will apply to non-contract LTL rates and minimum and accessorial charges.

Click here to read more at The Journal of Commerce.


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