UPS plans to build five new regional freight hubs at US airports in Ontario, Calif.; Rockford, Ill.; Dallas; Philadelphia, and Columbia, S.C. When completed and brought online next year, the new facilities will support a main freight hub to be constructed in Louisville and will help form the backbone of an expansive air network for the movement of heavy freight for customers of UPS Supply Chain. The company said it anticipates spending roughly $24 million to build and equip the five ...

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