Mis : Information and Services Does the Web Site Provide for Individuals, Small Businesses and Large Businesses

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3. What kind of information and services does the Web site provide for individuals, small businesses and large businesses? List these services and write several paragraphs describing one of them, such as UPS Trade Direct or Automated Shipment Processing. Explain how your business would benefit from the service.

INTRODUCTION
More and more people are looking to the web for the products and services they need. Consumers want to be able to access products and services online and businesses have to obey consumer expectations! The Internet is the most economical and efficient way to do business. A web site is a great sales multiplier for any product or service, business to consumer (B2C) or business to business (B2B). UPS has used the Web site to allow individuals, small businesses and large businesses to gain access to many features that make shipping with UPS faster and more convenient. Since UPS offers a single source to manage global transportation and freight, giving the capacity to extend ones business reach, the organisation has used the web site to show how its experienced staffs has designed effective solutions for individuals, small businesses and large businesses using a vast network of transportation modes. Namely; Air Freight

Utilize global air freight services with pickup and delivery to major business centers around the world.

Ocean Freight
Take advantage of its ocean freight experience and dependable transit schedules and sailings from major ports worldwide.

Rail/Intermodal Freight
Choose a dependable, cost-effective rail option to ship goods.

Road Freight
Count on UPS to provide effective transportation and freight management, including comprehensive LTL (less-than-truckload) and truckload services.

UPS Express Critical
Access global time-critical services, specialized equipment, proactive communications, advanced tracking, and worldwide reach.

UPS Trade Direct
Consolidate ones international freight, air, ocean and ground transportation, customs clearance and direct delivery to multiple addresses within the destination country.

Specialized Services
Choose from a portfolio of specialized services to meet your transportation and freight needs.

Supplier Management
UPS can provide your company with the critical components to proactively manage your overseas suppliers and logistics.

Moreover, UPS provides information about everything needed to ship in one place for instance, Arrange to have shipment by UPS
Find delivery dates, times, and published rates for sending UPS shipments to destinations around the world.
Calculate Time and Cost
Service Guide
U.S. Ground Maps
European Transit Time Maps
Zone and Rate Charts

Use UPS Trade Ability Tools, which help to manage movements of goods more effectively around the world in a more compliant, timely, and efficient manner.

UPS helps individuals, small businesses and large businesses to review intercept and void previous shipment through its website and all terms and conditions of services provided. UPS offers guaranteed and non-guaranteed time-definite and day-definite freight delivery based on shipment's destination. UPS offers value-added services such as pickup and delivery options, delivery notification, and special handling to meet your shipping needs. (Value-added service offerings vary by country.) There are several services provided by UPS as mentioned above, which one of them is UPS Trade Direct.

UPS TRADE DIRECT
Direct trade is a form of sourcing practiced by some coffee roasters, referring to direct sourcing from farmers, with standards varying between producers. Direct trade is seen as an alternative to Fair-trade certification, and represents the interests of roasters, who disagreed with elements of Fair Trade, including: the lack of increase in fair trade premiums paid to farmers; the lack of what the direct trade advocates perceived as a sufficient quality-incentive...
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