UPS finds environment a top concern among customers, pushes paperless billing
August 28, 2007
UPS recently surveyed its customers to find out what would make them change billing methods to paperless PDF invoices. Surprisingly, the shipping giant found the primary motivating factor — cited by 40 percent of those polled — was concern for the environment.
Based on this feedback, UPS has announced a partnership with the National Arbor Day Foundation. UPS will make a $1 donation to the tree-planting organization for every customer who opts for the paperless PDF invoice.
UPS says the money will be used to plant trees for community improvement and reforestation, especially in areas recently affected by wildfires.
For instruction on how to convert to paperless billing, visit www.ups.com/billing.