BAM members can now save on shipping with UPS

BAM members can now save on shipping with UPS

The Bioscience Association of Maine is pleased to announce that all BAM Members are now eligible for significant discounts on UPS shipping services through our partnership with BIO.

BAM is happy to announce t T hat all of our members are now eligible to take advantage of our newest cost savings program and save on UPS shipping services.
UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company, and reaches more U.S. ZIP Codes by 8:00AM than FedEx. Speed, reliability, and special savings for members-it’s that simple! Members currently enrolled in the expired FedEx program can expect to see additional savings of 10%- 20% by switching to UPS.  Existing UPS customers must enroll to take advantage of this exclusive offer. The special pricing and benefits offered by UPS to members through this program include:
  • Save from 50-70% on UPS Next Day Air® services
  • Save from 30-55% on UPS 2nd Day Air® services
  • Save from 35-55% on UPS 3 Day Select Services®
  • Save from to 18- 47% on UPS Ground® Commercial services
  • Save from to 12-40% on UPS Ground® Residential services
  • Save up to 65% on UPS Worldwide International services
Other benefits include:
•  Special pricing on UPS’ Proactive Response
•  UPS Capital Flexible Parcel Insurance
•  UPS Temperature True® Packaging
•  UPS Store Business Services discounts and other Value added services
For more information and to enroll, contact Jeff Walsingham at [email protected] or (404) 828-3940. Please indicate that you are a BAM member and eligible for a BIO discount.
Click HERE for more details.

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