Some storms are possible during the morning and afternoon on Tuesday. Damaging winds and flooding will be the main threats. With an already soaked ground, expect strong winds to easily bring down some trees.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Shipping giant UPS Inc. has started
operating the first phase of a long-awaited $1 billion expansion at
its main global air hub, boosting its package-handling capability.
Automated package-sorting operations got under way this week in
a new extension of the sprawling building at the Worldport air hub,
The Courier-Journal of Louisville reported.
Meanwhile, UPS' airplanes pulled up to a new wing to be reloaded
with cargo for their next trip.
The new operations come at a time when customers are shipping
fewer packages due to the recession.
"While the economy may be slow right now, we are planning for
many years down the road," UPS spokesman Mike Mangeot told the
Louisville newspaper. "We are building in capacity ... for when
the economy rebounds."
Even though UPS is moving fewer packages, adding capacity at
Worldport saves money, said Mark Scherrens, Worldport expansion
program manager. That's because the facility can move a large
number of packages more quickly than the company's smaller hubs.