Stay on top of your UPS Freight shipments with our easy-to-use tracking system. Get real-time updates and accurate delivery status information.
About UPS Freight
The Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) transportation division of UPS is called UPS Freight. On August 8, 2005, UPS paid $1.25 billion to Central Pacific Corporation, the parent organization of the Union Pacific Railroad, to purchase Overnite Transportation Company (and its affiliate Motor Cargo). Overnite Transportation changed its name to UPS Ground Freight, Inc. on April 28, 2006.
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UPS Freight Tracking
A useful feature is provided by UPS is UPS freight pro tracking for your shipment. The tracking and tracing of packages by shipping service providers will have a lot of advantages for you as the recipient. You can usually keep track of your parcel, so you’ll always know where it is and when it’s likely to arrive at your address or even the recipient’s.
Whether that’s UPS Freight or any of the other 50+ carriers we work with, you can track all of your shipments using our website. Whether it’s a local, cross-country, or a global destination, we cover them all with 1trackings, making it simple for shippers to identify freight and interact with carriers.
UPS freight forwarding tracking is made easy with our website.
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UPS Customer Service
To get your parcel information you can also ask their team by contacting at following contact number:
Telephone Number: USA & Canada: 800-333-7400,
Other Countries: 804-231-8555