UPS Sustainability

UPS Sustainability

UPS Sustainability Report

We are the world’s largest package delivery company, a leader in the U.S. less-than-truckload industry and a premier provider of global supply chain management solutions. We operate one of the largest airlines in the world, as well as the world’s largest private fleet of alternative-powered vehicles. We are a global leader in logistics, with more than 495,000 employees, serving 10.6 million customers daily in more than 220 countries and territories. Our success depends on economic stability, global trade and a society that welcomes opportunity. We understand the importance of acting responsibly as a business, an employer and a corporate citizen.

Our chief sustainability officer periodically reports to the board regarding sustainability strategies, priorities, goals, and performance. In addition, the board is regularly briefed on issues of concern for customers, unions, employees, retirees and investors. Furthermore, the board oversees efforts of management to develop our values, strategies and policies related to economic, environmental, and social impacts.

Each year we publish a corporate sustainability report showcasing the aspirations, achievements and challenges of our commitment to balancing the social, economic and environmental aspects of our business.

Visit ups.com/sustainability to read our latest Sustainability Report and see our progress toward environmental, workforce and community goals.

Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Disclosure

SASB identifies financially material issues which may impact the operating performance of UPS. Our SASB report is compiled in alignment with the SASB Air Freight and Logistics standard, which facilitates comparability on topics and disclosures specific to the transportation and logistics sector.