Ahead of early holiday shopping, United Parcel Service Inc. has been warning UPS Freight customers of potential delays. That’s because on Monday, some 11,600 UPS Freight workers, who are also members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters union, may go on strike.
UPS posted a warning on its website and confirmed to Fortune in a statement that the company has already taken precautions against shipping delays by ceasing to accept new pickups and emptying its network of freight by Friday, Nov. 9. UPS Freight picked up new heavy shipments until yesterday, Nov. 7, and only guaranteed delivery of ground freight shipments through Nov. 8.. . . more