The UPS Store Overview
The UPS Store is an American courier company providing their retail and franchising service in the United States. The foundation of the company laid on August 1, 1980, like Mail Boxes Etc. The central office of the company located in California, United States. The United Parcel Service controls the organization. In 1980, the Mail Boxes Etc. introduced as a substitute to the post office. UPS acquired the company. In 2003, the company renamed as THE UPS Store. The online printing is also available for customers.
The company continuously named as one of the 50 Top Postal and Business Service Franchises by Entrepreneur Magazine for many years. It also received the American Brand Excellence Award Winner by City Business Journals in Retail category.
The UPS Store Stores
The company currently controls more than 5,000 stores in several locations. The store offers their business services to small-office, corporate office, and consumers. The customers can also found organization stores on college campuses, military base, hotels and renewal areas. They also offer a franchise, especially for qualifying entrepreneurs. The minimum liquid assets requirement of the franchisees is $60,000 to $100,000. The store service of the company includes Faxing, Computer Access, Notary Service, Passport and ID Photos, Shredding, Office and Mailing Supplies. They help small business to manage their operation easily. The store also does notarization for documents named as Wills, Trusts, Deeds, Contracts, and Affidavits.
The company provides experts shipping service to customers. The specialized packing service of the company includes retention and suspension inserts, innovative design, fully recyclable and many more. The company offers packing and shipping service for Antiques, Artwork, Electronics, Furniture, Golf Clubs, Sports Equipment, Travel & Luggage. The company provides specialized IT service for customers.