For most of the last 10 years, the cost of shipping a package on a regular basis has been relatively stable, if not going up.
But, since late 2014, the average cost of packages on the UPS website has gone up by more than 70%.
That’s a $2.90 increase over the previous year.
And while UPS has been aggressively increasing prices for the past year or so, it’s not because they want to.
They want to charge the most for shipping, they say, to make sure that customers who are already paying more for delivery will not lose their current package to a package they can’t find.
The cost of a package is often tied to its weight, as it’s easier to move packages around a house than it is to transport them.
UPS has long had to adjust its prices, but it’s now charging more.
But that’s not good enough for some customers.
The National Association of Manufacturers says UPS is making the changes to its prices in order to protect consumers.
The organization, which represents companies from Boeing to Wal-Mart, said the new rates have the goal of protecting their bottom lines.
“These price increases are in response to a changing market environment,” the NAM says in a statement.
“This increase will help protect consumers and increase the efficiency of our industry.”
The new pricing changes are a way for UPS to make its business more efficient.
For example, it may be more profitable to ship a box containing a laptop, but shipping a box of diapers and laundry detergent would cost $2 to $3 more.
And the increase is based on the weight of the package, not on the actual weight of that package.
UPS said the increase will only affect shipments to its U.S. network customers.UPS is looking to increase shipping costs in two ways: Increasing the price of packages, and reducing the amount of time it takes to get a package to your home.
UPS charges a flat rate for packages that go to a home or office, but a flat fee for packages to a residential or commercial address.
A fee of $25 for a single delivery would increase the cost per delivery by 20%.
The new fee is based off the weight in the package and the weight to your address, which is determined by UPS.
So if your house is on the lower end of the weight scale, UPS will pay $20.
For the same package, a delivery fee of 25 cents will increase the price by $2, while a delivery charge of $50 will increase it by $5.
UPS also will lower the fee when packages arrive at the office or the home.
For people who have to wait longer than a week for a package, the new fee will be $20 instead of $20, and for people who want to get their packages out of the office before a big party, the fee will increase to $40.