United Parcel Service

Merchants Parcel Delivery delivery vehicles in 1916
Ford Model T UPS delivery vehicle in 1921
Mail Boxes Etc., Inc. was re-branded as The UPS Store in 2001.
UPS Access Point in a New York City street
UPS delivery van with packages in 2013
UPS has service worldwide, including at Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport (pictured above).
UPS Boeing 747-400BCF landing at Hong Kong International Airport in 2014
1990s Grumman Olson/Navistar package car, showing 1965-design rounded nose and upper fascia
2000s propane-fueled package car in Montreal, Quebec.
Early 2010s package car in Ontario
Utilimaster-body package car on Isuzu Reach chassis in New York City
Ram ProMaster package car
Modec electric-powered van in Germany
Iveco Daily package car in Leamington Spa, United Kingdom
UPS 1990 Ford LN8000 in Seattle, Washington.
2017 Ford F-650 in New York City
UPS International 9000 towing triple trailers in Beatty, Nevada.
UPS DAF LF cabover straight truck in Plymouth, United Kingdom
UPS MAN TGL truck in Denmark
UPS e-drive electric-assisted cargo tricycle in Hamburg, Germany
UPS e-drive electric-assisted cargo tricycle in Cologne, Germany

American multinational shipping & receiving and supply chain management company founded in 1907.

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FedEx

American multinational conglomerate holding company focused on transportation, e-commerce and services based in Memphis, Tennessee.

American multinational conglomerate holding company focused on transportation, e-commerce and services based in Memphis, Tennessee.

FedEx's first van displayed at the FedEx World Headquarters
A Federal Express McDonnell Douglas MD-11 in 1995
FedEx Express delivery van in Miami
FedEx Express Boeing 777F
TNT Express electric van in Europe
FedEx Ground delivery truck
FedEx Freight truck in Las Vegas
FedEx Ground logo
A FedEx Express Boeing 727 parked at Fairbanks International Airport. It was donated to the University of Alaska Fairbanks
The FedEx-sponsored No. 11 car at the 2012 Kobalt Tools 400, driven by Denny Hamlin
FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee
FedEx vehicle illegally parked in a Washington, DC bike lane in January 2020

Since then, FedEx also started FedEx Ground, FedEx Office (originally known as Kinko's), FedEx Supply Chain, FedEx Freight, and various other services across multiple subsidiaries, often meant to respond to its main competitor, UPS.

United States Postal Service

Independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States, including its insular areas and associated states.

Independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for providing postal service in the United States, including its insular areas and associated states.

The full eagle logo, used in various versions from 1970 to 1993
USPS delivery truck
A Grumman LLV, the USPS’ main type of delivery truck
A fleet of post office vehicles at the James Griffith Station in Spring Branch, Houston
United States Postal Service surplus/deficit
USPS Terminal Annex building in Los Angeles
The Food and Drug Administration inspects packages for illegal drug shipments
Sticker promoting ZIP code use
Former Tyvek envelope design for Express Mail before July 28, 2013
USPS Dodge Caravan used for residential delivery in Omaha, Nebraska
USPS-operated minivan serving in the LLV's role
A Long Life Vehicle seen in Guam
Packages awaiting inspection at the International Mail Facility in JFK airport
An m-bag
Mail flow through national infrastructure
Historic main post office in Tomah, Wisconsin
A typical post office station in the Spring Branch area of Houston, Texas
A combined Post Office, Customs House, and Federal Court House in Galveston, Texas
Floating post office, Halibut Cove, Alaska
A 24-hour Automated Postal Center kiosk inside the Webster, Texas main post office
A former United States Postal Service Boeing 727-200 aircraft at Miami International Airport in 1999
USPS contractor-driven semi-trailer truck seen near Mendota, California
1998 United States Postal Service Ford Windstar, showing the larger driver's side door
A Rural Letter Carrier from Fort Myers, Florida

The Post Office has exclusive access to letter boxes marked "U.S. Mail" and personal letterboxes in the United States, but has to compete against private package delivery services, such as United Parcel Service, FedEx, and Amazon.

Louisville International Airport

Civil-military airport in Louisville in Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Civil-military airport in Louisville in Jefferson County, Kentucky.

UPS Worldport Air Hub at Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport

It has no regularly-scheduled international passenger flights, but it is a port of entry, as it handles numerous international cargo flights through the United Parcel Service's worldwide air hub through its airline, often referred to as UPS Worldport.

Louisville, Kentucky

Largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 29th most-populous city in the United States.

Largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the 29th most-populous city in the United States.

Louisville's founder, George Rogers Clark
View of 2nd Street and Main Street, Louisville, in 1846
Churchill Downs in 1901
Entrance to Fourth Street Live!, featuring marquee of the Hard Rock Cafe
Hilly terrain blankets the southwest part of the city.
Highlands district, specifically the Bonnycastle neighborhood
Werne's Row in Old Louisville
Broadway and 3rd Street downtown
Map of racial distribution in Louisville, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Cathedral of the Assumption
L&N Building on West Broadway
19th-century bourbon bottle. One-third of all bourbon comes from Louisville.
Left to right, BB&T Building, 400 West Market, National City Tower, and the Humana Building in downtown Louisville
2018 Kentucky Derby Festival Thunder Over Louisville fireworks display, seen from the Indiana side of the Ohio River
A giant baseball bat adorns the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory.
Facade of the Frazier History Museum
Muhammad Ali Center, alongside I64 on Louisville's riverfront
The Belle of Louisville
The Kentucky Center in Downtown Louisville
Louisville Slugger Field, where the Louisville Bats play
The Kentucky Derby in progress at Churchill Downs
David Armstrong Extreme Park
Louisville Waterfront Park exhibits rolling hills, spacious lawns and walking paths in the downtown area.
A section of the Louisville Loop bike and pedestrian trail
Louisville City Hall in downtown, built 1870–1873, is a blend of Italianate styles characteristic of Neo-Renaissance.
Metro Police cruiser
Louisville Metro EMS ambulance
Grawemeyer Hall, modeled after the Roman Pantheon, is the University of Louisville's main administrative building.
Medical Office Plaza on the University of Louisville's downtown Health Sciences Campus
Kennedy Interchange ("Spaghetti Junction"), prior to the Ohio River Bridges Project
Louisville International Airport
Toonerville II Trolleys provided transportation in downtown Louisville until late 2014, before being replaced by LouLift.
Completed in 1860, the Louisville Water Tower is the oldest water tower in the U.S.
Distances to each of Louisville's sister cities on the downtown light post

Muhammad Ali International Airport, Louisville's main commercial airport, hosts UPS's worldwide hub.

DHL

German logistics company providing courier, package delivery and express mail service, which is a division of the German logistics firm Deutsche Post.

German logistics company providing courier, package delivery and express mail service, which is a division of the German logistics firm Deutsche Post.

DHL delivery vehicle
Traditional DHL subsidiary in Steinfurt (Germany) sharing premises and logistics with Deutsche Post
DHL boat in Amsterdam, carrying DHL delivery bicycles on board
DHL advertising on the Tren de la Costa light railway, Buenos Aires
DHL semitrailer truck
DHL G-BIKC: ex British Airways Boeing 757, converted to cargo type in 2001 – Landing at Madrid Airport (Spain) – Old DHL color scheme and logo
DHL van in Tokyo
Electric StreetScooter Work (2016)
DHL Aero Expreso Boeing 757-200F
DHL-colored Team Penske Porsche RS Spyder LMP2 racing cars of Penske Racing
A Jordan Grand Prix Formula One car with a DHL paint scheme at the US Grand Prix at the Indianapolis track.

Nevertheless, the domestic market was extremely profitable, and DHL was the third largest courier behind FedEx and UPS.

Sandy Springs, Georgia

City in northern Fulton County, Georgia and an inner ring suburb of Atlanta.

City in northern Fulton County, Georgia and an inner ring suburb of Atlanta.

Northside Tower, a downtown landmark located in City Springs at Sandy Springs Place and Roswell Road
The skyline of Pill Hill in the Sandy Springs portion of Perimeter Center
Bull Sluice Lake, located in Morgan Falls Overlook Park
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
Hewlett Lodge: Headquarters for the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area
Island Ford unit of the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area
East Palisades at Chattahoochee National Recreation Area
North Springs MARTA Station overlooking GA 400
MARTA Bus Stop on Roswell Road

It is the site of several corporate headquarters, including UPS, Newell Brands, Inspire Brands, Focus Brands, Cox Enterprises, and Mercedes-Benz USA's corporate offices.

The UPS Store

The UPS Store (formerly Mail Boxes Etc.) is a subsidiary of United Parcel Service which provides, according to its website, shipping, shredding, printing, fax, passport photos, personal and business mailboxes, and notary services.

Package delivery from a UPS truck

Package delivery

Delivery of shipping containers, parcels, or high value mail as single shipments.

Delivery of shipping containers, parcels, or high value mail as single shipments.

Package delivery from a UPS truck
A part of the FedEx Express fleet in Memphis Airport, its main hub
Transport packaging needs to be matched to its logistics system. Packages designed for controlled shipments of uniform pallet loads may not be suited to mixed shipments with express carriers.
A SF Express delivery truck

United Parcel Service had its origins in this era, initially as a private courier service.

FedEx Express Boeing 777F taxiing at Tokio-Narita International Airport

Air cargo

Any property carried or to be carried in an aircraft.

Any property carried or to be carried in an aircraft.

FedEx Express Boeing 777F taxiing at Tokio-Narita International Airport
Volga-Dnepr An-124 ready for loading
Air transport, freight (ton-km)
Loading airmail, late 1930s, Detroit
A Douglas C-54 during the Berlin blockade
A FedEx Boeing 777F, a UPS Boeing 747-400F and a DHL tail

The catalysts for the renewed growth in the sector were the express parcel carriers, typified by FedEx, DHL, TNT and UPS, and changes in practices in the manufacturing sector.

UPS Airlines

Major American cargo airline based in Louisville, Kentucky.

Major American cargo airline based in Louisville, Kentucky.

Boeing 727-100F on taxiway in Louisville, Kentucky
Douglas DC-8-73F landing at Louisville, Kentucky
Boeing 747-100F in Tokyo Narita
McDonnell Douglas MD-11 in Dubai
UPS Boeing 747-200 (Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics sponsorship livery) taxiing in Tokyo Narita
Airbus A300F (original livery) in Denver
UPS Worldport
Boeing 767-300F
Boeing 747-8F
Boeing 747-400F
Boeing 767-300F (with winglets)
Airbus A300F (current "Worldwide Services" livery)
Boeing 757 (current "Worldwide Services" livery)
McDonnell Douglas MD-11F (current "Worldwide Services" livery)

A wholly owned subsidiary of UPS (United Parcel Service) since its launch in 1988, the airline marked its 30th year of operation in 2018.