In this March 10, 2011, file photo, a United Parcel Service driver unloads packages from a truck and arranges them for delivery in New York.
(Photo: Mark Lennihan, AP)
ATLANTA -- United Parcel Service says effective Monday, the company's published rates for services will increase an average net 4.9 percent for ground, air and international services.
Atlanta-based UPS says on its website the increase "allows UPS to further enhance our portfolio of solutions and improve service to you, so you can deliver greater value to your customers."
The 2014 UPS Rate and Service Guide can be found on the UPS website.
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(Atlanta Business Chronicle)