Chasing a lost package

Schwartz, Ephraim
June 2002
InfoWorld;6/10/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 23, p26
Trade Publication
Presents an article of tracking a lost package that was sent through United Parcel Service (UPS). Process of the package delivery using wireless communication technology; Failure of UPS to locate the lost package; Lessons learned from the incident.


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