Make UPS Deliver

Make UPS Deliver is a national network of UPS Teamsters working together for a stronger contract.

We are independent of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and are often critical of its policies.

The Make UPS Deliver network works with Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU), our union's national rank-and-file reform movement.

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Part-Time Poverty by the Numbers

November 21, 2012: Part-time wages are at an all-time low at UPS. How much do part-timers deserve a raise? Consider these facts...

UPS Bargaining Update

November 2, 2012: The International Union is maintaining an information Brownout as contract negotiations continue.

IBT Gives UPS Initial Bargaining Proposals

September 28, 2012: Yesterday the International Union gave UPS management the union's initial contract proposals. This is your contract and TDU is making our Union's proposals available to members to download and review.

UPS Contract Proposals Set

September 21, 2012: The International Union briefed local union officers in Chicago today on the union's proposals for UPS contract negotiations. Bargaining on the national contract opens on Sept. 27.

Contract Negotiations Update

September 18, 2012: The International Union will meet with local union officers this Friday to finalize the Union's bargaining proposals for negotiations with UPS Freight and UPS.

Will UPS Respect Teamsters Who Serve Overseas?

July 27, 2012: When Robb Breck came back in June from a year serving in combat zones in Afghanistan, he really needed some time with his family. Instead UPS denied his vacation and ordered him back to work.

UPS 2nd Quarter Profits: $1.1 Billion

July 24, 2012: Headed into contract negotiations, UPS continues to make big profits, especially in the package and freight divisions where Teamster members work.

UPS to Add 'Plastic' Trucks to Existing Delivery Fleet

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UPS said it has completed testing of its "plastic trucks," a composite-bodied vehicle that's lighter and uses 40% less fuel than its current package cars, and will soon add 150 of the new vehicles to its delivery fleet.


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