|Category:||Business Insights, Logistics|
|Tags:||employees, logistics, meteorology, UPSers, weather, Worldport|
UPS has been recognized as a leader in logistics. We can manage the most intricate details of any small package or heavy freight move – whether it’s getting Grandma’s cookies to your front door, critical service parts to a hospital half-way around the world or a polar bear cub cross-country to its new habitat.
Literally hundreds of thousands of UPS’s “logistics leaders” work behind the scenes every day to make it all come together. We’ll introduce you to a few of them whose jobs may not come top of mind when you think of Big Brown. You’ll get an inside look at how their unique jobs fit into UPS’s logistics story.
Meet Randy Baker. He’s been with UPS for 21 years, the last 17 in the meteorology department. Randy is based in Louisville, Kentucky, at Worldport, UPS’s all-points international air hub.