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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Pool lifts make a big splash with UPS partnership

    Aquatic Access Inc., a manufacturer based in Louisville, Ky., is a company that builds custom-made hydraulic lifts that let disabled people enter and exit their pool, spa or therapy tub either by themselves or with minimal help. The lifts can be quite hefty and require careful packaging to ship, but...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Law firm uses UPS technology to manage shipping and allocate costs

    The law firm of Alston & Bird embraces technology - and that includes shipping solutions. That technology edge translates to a strong relationship with UPS, whose high-powered, web-based shipping solutions enable all Alston & Bird employees to ship directly from their desktops. The solutions are not only efficient and reliable,...

    Provided By UPS

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    A doctors' group maintains a healthy flow of information - and a tight grip on costs

    In the medical world, accurate and timely information saves lives. Physicians expect that the information they need to do their jobs will reach them on time. That's why the American Medical Association (AMA), the nation's leading physicians' group, treats all its documents as essential and urgent. With 160 different departments...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Inbound visibility: How UPS helps one company plan ahead

    Occasionally, they're temperature sensitive. They're almost always fragile. And, often, important experiments depend on their timely arrival. They're the high-tech tools of World Precision Instruments (WPI) Inc. - products ranging from a $15 pair of scissors to robots worth tens of thousands of dollars. WPI, based in Sarasota, Fla., sends...

    Provided By UPS

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Pool lifts make a big splash with UPS partnership

    Aquatic Access Inc., a manufacturer based in Louisville, Ky., is a company that builds custom-made hydraulic lifts that let disabled people enter and exit their pool, spa or therapy tub either by themselves or with minimal help. The lifts can be quite hefty and require careful packaging to ship, but...

    Provided By UPS

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Law firm uses UPS technology to manage shipping and allocate costs

    The law firm of Alston & Bird embraces technology - and that includes shipping solutions. That technology edge translates to a strong relationship with UPS, whose high-powered, web-based shipping solutions enable all Alston & Bird employees to ship directly from their desktops. The solutions are not only efficient and reliable,...

    Provided By UPS

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    A doctors' group maintains a healthy flow of information - and a tight grip on costs

    In the medical world, accurate and timely information saves lives. Physicians expect that the information they need to do their jobs will reach them on time. That's why the American Medical Association (AMA), the nation's leading physicians' group, treats all its documents as essential and urgent. With 160 different departments...

    Provided By UPS

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Inbound visibility: How UPS helps one company plan ahead

    Occasionally, they're temperature sensitive. They're almost always fragile. And, often, important experiments depend on their timely arrival. They're the high-tech tools of World Precision Instruments (WPI) Inc. - products ranging from a $15 pair of scissors to robots worth tens of thousands of dollars. WPI, based in Sarasota, Fla., sends...

    Provided By UPS