A key point for UPS: Its key delivery and logistics business is under threat

By James Gorman and Daniel BaderPublished Mar 02, 2017 09:37:30A key point of UPS’s turnaround story this year has been a turnaround in its business model.

It is the result of its shift away from being a logistics company and its effort to become a delivery and delivery logistics company.

This year, UPS announced that it is going to focus on its business as a logistics and delivery services company, which it will call the “SaaS business.”

In addition to delivering its goods, it is also looking to be a logistics logistics company, and that’s what the company is calling its “Sale” business.

The SaaS businesses will compete with each other for customers, but the primary goal is to make money for the company.

UPS says that its sales in the SaaG business this year were $3.9 billion, up 11 percent from the previous year, and it said that it expects the Sale business to grow to $6.5 billion this year.

The SaaT business has been one of the biggest drivers of UPS growth in the past few years, and the company has made a lot of progress this year, in particular with its SaaM business.

SaaM businesses are businesses that deliver services via cloud-based applications and cloud computing.

The primary goal of the SaaaM business is to offer services that are cheaper, faster, and easier to deliver than traditional delivery services.

The company is looking to sell more of its services through its SAAB business, which will be a new category for UPS in which it plans to sell a variety of products, including home delivery and parcel delivery.

The UPS SaaB business is currently being led by UPS’ SaaP business, but it is expected that the two businesses will merge as the SAAM business grows to compete with the SSAB business in the future.

The first SaaR business, the SABB business will also be a key part of UPS’ business, and this year it has been focused on selling its goods directly to consumers.

The new UPS SAB business is expected to sell between $6 billion and $8 billion this season.

The other key area of growth for UPS this year is its “digital” business, with the company saying that its digital business will grow by $7 billion this fiscal year.

It has been focusing its efforts on making its services available to consumers via online platforms, and will be selling some of its products through Amazon.

In the past year, the company was also investing heavily in its new mobile delivery service.

UPS announced last year that it was going to launch a new service called the “Delivery & Return” mobile app, and in April, it started rolling out the service, which is expected in the first quarter of 2021.

The company says that it will roll out the new app in phases, starting with a limited number of apps, and then eventually rolling out a full suite of apps to consumers in the U.S. and the world.

The delivery app will be offered through the app store on the company’s website, and users will be able to buy the apps on Amazon.

UPS has also begun selling its e-commerce products through the Appstore.

In the next several months, the UPS app will also expand to allow for the ability to pay online for products.

The UPS app is expected, however, to be available for iOS, Android, and Windows devices as well.

The shift to a digital strategy comes at a time when UPS has struggled to attract customers.

The U.K. retailer lost nearly half its customers during the first three months of the year, with UPS saying that it lost 2,400 customers.

This year, however and this time in particular, UPS has been able to gain customers, particularly among the young.

UPS plans to open its first retail stores this year in Chicago and Orlando, Florida, and UPS expects to see growth of 50,000 new customers every week by 2021.

In other UPS news, the firm is expected on Thursday to report earnings, and I’m sure it will be interesting to hear how the company plans to cover its costs in the coming years.