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10.) Japan Post Service
Tokyo, Japan, is the headquarters of the Japan Post Service
The Japan Post Service is one of four primary businesses that contributed earn more than $200 billion in 2009 as part of state-owned behemoth Japan Post Holdings, which was placed No. 6 in the Fortune Global 500 in 2010.
The Japan Post shipping corporation, which was once a government-owned mail monopoly, is planning to become completely private in the future.
9.) Royal Mail
London, England, is the headquarters of the Royal Mail.
Royal Mail, which was founded in 1516, is the United Kingdom’s equivalent of the United States Postal Service: a state-owned postal service in charge of universal mail collection.
Royal Mail rebounded in the 2008-2009 fiscal year, apparently achieving a full-year profit for the first time in two decades, after incurring repeated trade deficits over the previous decade.
8.) Parcelforce Worldwide
UK is the headquarters of Parcelforce Worldwide.
The U.K.’s largest private shipping business, which delivers more than one million packages per day across 34 European nations and is a direct rival to DHL, FedEx, and UPS, delivers more than one million items per day across 34 European nations. With a footprint of 43 acres, Parcelforce Worldwide’s U.K. headquarters is one of the country’s largest structures.
7.) YRC Worldwide
Headquarters is located in Overland Park, Kansas, United States of America
YRC Worldwide is one of the country’s leading transportation service companies, providing supply chain solutions for heavyweight shipments, including industrial, commercial, and retail items.
The Kansas-based firm was on the verge of declaring bankruptcy in late 2009 but has since been working toward a net-positive balance sheet. Around 50,000 people are employed by YRC Worldwide.
6.) TNT N.V.
Is a Dutch corporation with headquarters in Hoofddorp.
TNT N.V., based in the Netherlands, provides postal services to eight European nations, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and Belgium, and is one of Europe’s major shipping firms.
TNT N.V. has been concentrating its efforts on express delivery and postal services since selling off its logistics arm in 2006.
5.) Schenker AG
Berlin, Germany, is the headquarters of Schenker AG.
Unfortunately, despite having over 91,000 people and 2,400 offices throughout the world, you only rank fifth on this list and second in Germany overall. DHL, I appreciate your assistance. On the other hand, Schenker AG is not a laughingstock, as it formerly claimed to be the No. 1 in European land transport and the No. 2 in the world for air transport.
4.) United States Postal Service
Headquarters: Washington, D.C., United States of America
Despite serving the United States solely, the United States Postal Service (or USPS) is the second-biggest civilian employment in the country behind Wal-Mart, and it owns the world’s biggest civilian vehicle fleet. The United States Postal Service made $67.05 billion in revenue in 2010 and employed about 600,000 people.
3.) FedEx Corporation
FedEx Corporation is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America.
Only Delta Air Lines has a larger civil aircraft fleet in the globe, contributing to FedEx Corporation’s position as a top-three shipping firm globally. FedEx, founded in Memphis, has a lot of colorfully inspired ads and owns the name rights to the FedEx Field, which is home to the Washington Redskins of the National Football League.
2.) DHL Express
Germany is the headquarters of DHL Express.
DHL was founded in 1969 as a courier service between San Francisco and Honolulu by co-founders Larry Hillblom, Adrian Dalsey, and Robert Lynn. We doubt they ever imagined they’d one day be one of the world’s top shipping corporations. But that is precisely what they are since DHL express employs around 500,000 people globally.
1.) United Parcel Service, Inc.
Is based in Sandy Springs, Georgia, in the United States.
The United Parcel Service became a pop culture sensation because of a series of memorable ads utilizing “the Whiteboard.” It also helped that the commercials were relatively simple to create, using only Andy Azula’s creativity, a whiteboard, and a brown marker.
UPS is said to deliver over 15 million goods each day to 6.1 million clients in over 220 countries and territories across the world. UPS undoubtedly has the resources to deliver your item on the schedule, with a vast fleet of its characteristic brown trucks and a fleet of over 200 planes.
More crucially, according to a recent study published by Popular Mechanics, the shipping firm performed well. UPS competed against rivals USPS and FedEx, and the survey found that UPS flips your box the least while in transit. According to the report, UPS dropped parcels less frequently than FedEx.
So, what does brown have to offer you?