In April third, the UPS announces that it will provide Saturday ground delivery services for its customers. By doing so, it will not add any trunks, buildings or vehicles but 1600 jobs in the late of 2018. This means many people from all kinds of industries can benefit from one day earlier delivery on Saturday if goods should be delivered on Monday in the past. The UPS officers are thinking highly of this decision by saying that this is one of the largest improvements in its history.
In a matter of fact, in the early year of 2016, as test cities of Saturday ground delivery service, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Los Angeles have already experienced this service. The results in those cities turned out to be fine. So the UPS is now speeding up its paces to add more cities to join its services. The most beneficial industry would be the e-commerce I think. With this service, they can offer a better shipping time to most people in the USA, Canada and other countries. At the same time, more and more people would choose UPS to ship their goods.