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Re: UPS Shipping

In a message dated 97-09-13 13:39:44 EDT, you write:

<< minimize the number of live plant shipments that have spend the
 weekend in some UPS warehouse for Monday delivery. >>

It is worse than that......for insurance (fire) protection, UPS doesn't leave
any packages in the warehouse over the weekend......all packages are put into
trucks and stored in the parking lot.   And they don't have to cover the
trucks with either clear or black plastic to "solarize" the whole batch !!

John Coble at Ensata.

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