The rates for UPS Freight non-contractual less-than-truckload (LTL) and UPS Ground with Freight Pricing (GFP) shipments rated on the current UPS Freight 580 tariff will increase an average net 3.9% effective December 29, 2019. This increase applies only to the UPS Freight 580 tariff for density-based rates and represents the first increase of such rates since 2017.
In addition, effective December 29, 2019, the per package minimum rate for non-contractual UPS Ground with Freight Pricing (GFP) shipments will increase 4.9%. The published per package minimum rate will increase from $7.85 to $8.23 per package. This increase applies only to the per package minimum and will affect non-contractual UPS Ground with Freight Pricing (GFP) shipments regardless of the rating tariff used to determine the base transportation charges.
Information regarding additional changes to UPS accessorial charges that may affect UPS Ground with Freight Pricing (GFP) shipments can be found within the UPS Rate Change Information posted November 18, 2019 on UPS.com.
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* See UPGF 102 series Rules Tariff for applicable terms, conditions, restrictions, and remedies, available at www.upsfreight.com.