UPS will transfer its intra-Asia air hub to Shenzhen from Diosdado Macapagal (Clark) in the Philippines in order "to improve customer service by reducing transit times across Asia," it said. The 89,000-sq.-m. hub will be operational in 2010 and will "slash at least a day of shipment times-in-transit for Asian customers." UPS will invest $180 million at Shenzhen, which will include a sorting hub with five times the capacity of Clark--up to 36,000 pieces per hr.--and employ 400. UPS's new hub ...

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