UPS and its American competitor, the Canadian carrier, are upgrading to a new network of shipping lines.
The upgrades are expected to save the company $1 billion per year.
UPS is also adding capacity to the fleet to accommodate the additional capacity in the fleet as well as to handle additional orders from new customers.
In the next three months, UPS plans to add 3,000 more miles of track to its fleet, bringing the total to 18,000 miles.
The fleet will include a total of 14 ships and more than 1,500 vehicles.
Ups, which is currently a private company, is also expanding its fleet of cars and trucks to serve the more than 3 million vehicles in the U.S. that have been affected by the outbreak.
UPS is adding a fleet of new pickup trucks, new trailers and trucks, and a new fleet of heavy equipment.
UPS says it has made 2.5 million repairs to its trucks since the outbreak began, and more will be done this year to make the company’s fleet more efficient.
The company says it will also invest $500 million in new equipment to help improve its delivery operations.
UPS will spend $20 million on equipment and maintenance to help it improve its fleet.
The upgrade to its system will allow UPS to offer more direct delivery, which helps its customers to be closer to their destinations and to make more frequent deliveries.
The move is also expected to make UPS a more efficient company, allowing it to meet its freight delivery targets faster.
U. S. President Donald Trump said in his address to the nation on Wednesday that his administration is working to get the country on track to have its transportation system up and running again in about two weeks.