UPS and Fedex appear to have been totally overwhelmed with this year's deliveries. Who will benefit from their screwups?
My thinking is that brick-and-mortar stores are going to benefit from the UPS failure this Christmas. (and to a lesser extent, Fedex’s). People are going to be pissed off at any store that ships via UPS and the pendulum may swing back to real stores.
Is there an opening for the postal service here, as well? They’re certainly an alternative.
Is this going to put a crimp in the internet economy?
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