March 28, 2007
Technology, Offer and Acceptance
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.
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