United Parcel Service

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United Parcel Service

An American delivery company. It delivers packages all over the world, in addition to supply chain delivery and less than truckload services. It was established in 1907 by two teenagers who delivered packages on foot, bicycle and motorcycle.
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After borrowing 100 dollars from a friend, he stablished the American Messenger Company in the west coast city.
Evolving from a local bicycle messenger service in 1907 to a global provider of package delivery and supply chain services today, UPS started when an enterprising 19-year-old named Jim Casey borrowed $100 from a friend and established the American Messenger Company in Seattle.
Nineteen-year-old James Casey borrowed $100 from a friend and established the American Messenger Company in Seattle on Aug.
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