You can use the following link, www.eandi.org/lop-rfi/ups-lop/
or complete the new account setup sheet
and forward to the linked UPS email address.
Then go to UPS.com
and create user name and password. If you have questions regarding setup, contact Brandon Baird,
You can enter your payment card information into the UPS Billing Center online. Call 1-800-811-1648 or contact Brandon Baird, email@example.com
for additional assistance.
Call Brandon Baird, AU's account representative at 334-991-2057, or send Brandon an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Requests can take up to two weeks, but it is possible that request made prior to Wednesday may have access the following Monday.
If you need to setup multiple users for an account, please contact Brandon Baird, email@example.com
Pick up fees are waived under this contract.
You can be setup to see your negotiated rates within ups.com or many other shipping interfaces. If you need to complete setup for negotiated rates, please contact Brandon Baird, firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 1-800-PICKUPS (1-800-742-5877)
Yes. UPS packages can be up to 150 lbs, but they can't exceed 108 inches in length or a total of 165 inches in length and girth combined.
Yes, you are required to purchase from the Preferred Vendor Contract. Once you see the pricing on these contracts, we think you're going to WANT to purchase from them due to their very competitive pricing! Beyond that though, these vendors have been designated as the "Preferred Vendors" for AU for these particular commodities as the result of a competitive bid process. In general, making purchases outside the contract shouldn't be necessary. We understand from time to time there may be a justifiable reason to purchase off contract through a different vendor. However, when the need arises, you are potentially violating the bid law, as all of our contracts have been competitively bid and awarded. In that situation, please attach a note of explanation to the voucher/purchasing card recon. In some cases, PBS may follow up with you...in others cases, the Preferred Vendor may follow up with you.