However, the air service would lead to the expansion beyond the West Coast; in 1930, the company moved operations from Oakland to New York City and established operations in other regions across the country as well.After World War II, UPS (in the process of acquiring common carrier rights for every address in the United States) revisited the idea of shipping packages by air.
Packages are only handled during loading and unloading, all sorting takes place through a system of conveyor belts and push paddles, utilizing high-speed cameras to read the destination from a smart label to sort a package to its trailer.
While CACH does not service package cars, the facility sorts approximately 1.6 million packages per day.
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A detailed tracking response for all numbers will be returned to your e-mail address.This facility serves as a sorting facility for packages travelling in the United States and the world.Construction of the CACH facility began in November 1991 at the site previously occupied by the GM Truck and Bus manufacturing plant.Track up to 25 small package shipments at once by sending your tracking numbers in an e-mail message to [email protected] a Single Tracking Number Enter the UPS Tracking Number in the subject line of the e-mail or in the body of the message.Starting in 1953, 2-day delivery was offered on coast-to-coast packages; the service was called Blue Label Air.