The weather outside isn’t the only thing that’s improving – at least for some parcel shippers. Earlier this week, UPS and FedEx both reinstated money-back service guarantees for some of their services.
UPS’ reinstatement, which went live on April 5, applies to its Next Day Air and Worldwide Express services. The guarantees are effective immediately and return things to business as usual for those services with the exception of UPS Next Day Air Saver® deliveries. (The latter still includes a guarantee but the delivery time has been extended to 11:59 p.m.)
FedEx’s reinstatement, which was announced April 6, applies to its U.S. domestic Express (Overnight) services and U.S. import/export services.
All of the carriers’ other service guarantees continue to be suspended, at least for now.
For more details about any of the reinstatements, contact AFS, as we’ve already begun auditing all of our clients’ shipments that move via the affected services. Or consult each carrier’s service guide via the links below.