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Author: moejoe100 One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 46815  
Subject: From UPSERS.com Date: 1/7/2008 12:31 PM
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Small Package Operations Consolidation
UPS today announced that after extensive study and consideration, it is consolidating some small package operations in the United States.

As part of the plan, the East Central Region will be consolidated into the Northeast and Southeast regions, and the West Region will be consolidated into the North Central, Pacific, and Southwest regions. In addition, operations in the East Carolina, Iowa, and South Illinois districts are being consolidated into surrounding districts.

All of these changes continue UPS’s strategy to operate as one strong, unified company. They support other initiatives of the One company model—like beginning to integrate our global Sales force and centralizing transportation network planning. They allow UPS to grow by being more responsive to customer needs and more flexible in adjusting to economic conditions.

Being able to analyze what’s happening within the company and in the marketplace has enabled UPS to survive 100 years—transforming itself along the way to provide new and innovative solutions for customers and to create new opportunities for UPS people.

Among the East Central Region districts, the Central PA, Empire State, Laurel Mountain, and Metro Philadelphia districts become part of the Northeast Region; the Atlantic, Metro DC, and Virginia districts become part of the Southeast Region.

In the West Region, Iowa District operations are being consolidated into the Missouri District and the Missouri and Minnesota districts become part of the North Central Region. The Kansas, Prairie Mountain, and Rocky Mountain districts become part of the Southwest Region while the Great Basin District becomes part of the Pacific Region.

Also, the Desert Mountain District will move from the Southwest Region to the Pacific Region.

As part of the South Illinois District consolidation, operations in Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Owensboro, and Paducah, Kentucky become part of the Kentucky District and the remaining operations become part of the North Illinois District. In addition, North Illinois’ Palatine operations become part of the Metro Chicago District.

Finally, East Carolina operations in Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh become part of the West Carolina District and the remaining operations become part of the South Carolina District.

The consolidation means the East Central Region office in Philadelphia and the West Region office in Kansas City will close, as well as the district offices in East Carolina (Raleigh, NC), Iowa (Des Moines, IA), and South Illinois (Decatur, IL).
The changes are effective immediately.

Among the first steps in the process is to develop a transition plan for employees impacted by the changes. UPS is limiting people moves across the U.S. until all staffing plans are final and approved to maximize the number of opportunities available for the people impacted.

A new region/district boundary map is available under Related Files.
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Author: lr1937 Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: 41661 of 46815
Subject: Re: From UPSERS.com Date: 1/7/2008 5:17 PM
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How does a retired OF get on UPSers.com?

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Author: moejoe100 One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: 41671 of 46815
Subject: Re: From UPSERS.com Date: 1/9/2008 11:02 AM
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From the log in information on the link you posted.
You need an employee ID which I assume retiries have also. Regards Moe

4. New User Registration:
You must provide this information only once. Registration information will be used to validate your identity in the event you forget your password. You may change your Challenge Questions, Password, and E-mail address information at any time at your own discretion.
Note: International Users - Exceptions or changes to the registration process are indented.


Select your language preference
Enter User ID and PIN into the appropriate fields. You may find your User ID (also referred to as your Employee ID which is different than your SSN) on your pay stub. In the Password field enter the PIN combination (use lower case, PINs and Passwords are case sensitive).
International Users: Enter your User ID (AD ID) and your work station password.
Then, click the Arrow button
Read the Terms and Conditions and select the appropriate button
Supply your preferred e-mail address (all communications will be sent to the e-mail address designated as your preferred e-mail address)
International Users will not be required to enter their preferred e-mail address, we will automatically use your existing UPS e-mail address if it exists
Click on Submit
You will receive a successfully submitted screen, click on Continue
Create your Challenge Questions and Responses
Click the Submit button
You will receive a confirmation screen indicating the process was successful
Click on the Continue button
International users will create Hint word to be used for security purposes
Click the submit button
You will receive a confirmation screen indicating the process was successful
The next screen will require you to create a password
Then re-enter the password for accuracy
Click the Submit button
You will receive a confirmation screen indicating the process was successful
International users: Select the continue button and you will be on the UPSers.com home page
Your final screen will be a reminder to check your Personal Information for accuracy, once you are in UPSers.com. To edit your Personal Information select the Edit My Profile link in the banner area of the UPSers.com screen.
Select the continue button and you will be on the UPSers.com home page
At initial log in, the Enterprise Portal will flow you through a few registration screens. Upon subsequent log in, the Enterprise Portal will forward you directly to the Enterprise Portal homepage.

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Author: P71 Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: 41673 of 46815
Subject: Re: From UPSERS.com Date: 1/9/2008 2:40 PM
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Many folks on this board retired prior to getting the new employee ID. I suggest calling retiree relations since they have gotten the question often from retirees who would like to log into the Portal.

Nice new feature is BIOS with pictures of all senior management, corporate, IT, and Regions....

Go UPS!
P71

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