Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Today the Wall Street Journal (print edition) reported that customers of UPS will be able to recall packages after they have been sent. As the story describes:
The package-delivery giant rolled out UPS Delivery Intercept, which uses technology to find a package anywhere in the Atlanta company's delivery system, including on a delivery truck. The package can then be returned to the shipper, sent to a different address, held for a future delivery date or held until the recipient picks it up.
Apparently the new service is now available, for a $10 fee.