Top 25 E-Commerce Companies Using UPS

United Parcel Service (UPS) is one of the largest and most trusted multinational shipping and logistics companies in the world, and it comes as no surprise that many top eCommerce companies choose UPS as their reliable partner in delivering their products to the customers. 

UPS is the most widely used shipping carrier in the world, with 20,001 companies using UPS (2022). It accounts for 30.04% of the global market share followed by US Postal Service (USPS) and FedEx. 

Best known for its ground shipping services, UPS is also a leading name in air shipping. With a solid reputation to boot, UPS is the favorite shipping company of many online stores and eCommerce companies across the world. 

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Top 25 E-Commerce Companies Using UPS:


1. Amazon 

Amazon 

Net worth: $1.57T

Headquarters: Seattle, Washington 

Founder: Jeff Bezos

CEO: Andy Jassy

Founded: July 5, 1994

Amazon’s monthly unique visitors: 86,516,466

Amazon’s Order Volume: 50,000+

Amazon’s Web Sales: > $5B

One of the top online stores using United Parcel Service (UPS), Amazon is a multinational technology company considered one of the world’s most valuable brands. It is the world’s largest online retailer and marketplace and has multiple subsidiaries.


2. Apple 

Apple 

Net worth: $2.850T

Headquarters: Cupertino, California

Founders: Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne

CEO: Tim Cook 

Founded: April 1, 1976 

Apple’s monthly unique visitors: 30,972,275

Apple’s Order Volume: 50,000+

Apple’s Web Sales: > $10B

The largest information technology company by revenue, Apple is ranked among the world’s most valuable companies. 

It is also one of the top brands using the United Parcel Service. It is the second-largest mobile phone manufacturer and enjoys a high level of brand loyalty.


3. eBay 

eBay 

Net worth: $31.81B 

Headquarters: San Jose, California 

Founder: Pierre Omidyar

CEO: Jamie Iannone

Founded: September 3, 1995

eBay’s monthly unique visitors: 26,909,050

eBay’s Order Volume: 50,000+

eBay’s Web Sales: > $10B

Another popular eCommerce company using UPS, eBay is a multibillion-dollar business with operations in more than 30 countries. 

In addition to its original auction-style sales, the website also features other services. While the site is free for buyers, sellers are charged a fee.


4. Etsy

Etsy

Net worth: $14.71B

Headquarters: Brooklyn, New York

Founder: Robert Kalin, Chris Maguire, Haim Schoppik, and Jared Tarbell

CEO: Josh Silverman

Founded: June 18, 2005

Etsy’s monthly unique visitors:  21,486,452

Order Volume: 50,000+

Etsy’s Web Sales: $5B – $10B

An eCommerce company specifically focused on handmade or vintage items and craft supplies, Etsy utilizes UPS for delivering its products to customers. It follows the tradition of open craft fairs in an online format. 

As of 2020, the company was generating $1.725B in revenues. 


5. Walmart

Walmart

Net worth: $435.72B 

Headquarters: Bentonville, Arkansas

Founder: Sam Walton 

CEO: Doug McMillon

Founded: July 2, 1962

Walmart’s monthly unique visitors: 15,583,688

Walmart’s Order Volume: 50,000+

Walmart’s Web Sales: > $10B

A multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of grocery stores, hypermarkets, and discount department stores, Walmart is the world’s largest company by revenue ($548.743B in 2020).


6. Samsung

Samsung

Net worth: $500B

Headquarters: Ridgefield Park, New Jersey

Founder: Lee Byung-Chul 

CEO: KS Choi

Founded: March 1, 1938 

Samsung’s monthly unique visitors: 5,635

Samsung’s Order Volume: 1000-5000

Samsung’s Web Sales: $10M – $25M

Samsung is a multinational company comprised of numerous affiliated businesses. Notable Samsung affiliates include Samsung Electronics and Samsung Heavy Industries.

The company had the 8th highest global brand value as of 2020. 


7. Best Buy

Best Buy

Net worth: $21.14B 

Headquarters: Richfield, Minnesota 

Founder: Richard M. Schulze and James Wheeler

CEO: Corie Barry

Founded: August 22, 1966

Best Buy’s monthly unique visitors: 7,964,520

Best Buy’s Order Volume: 50,000+

Best Buy’s Web Sales: > $10B

Multinational consumer electronics retailer Best Buy is one of the top brands using the United Parcel Service. Its subsidiaries include Geek Squad, Pacific Sales, and Magnolia Audio Video, and it also operates the Best Buy Mobile and Insignia brands.

It is one of the largest specialty retailers in the United States consumer electronics retail industry.


8. Costco

Costco

Net worth: $258.01B

Headquarters: Issaquah, Washington

Founders: James Sinegal and Jeffrey Brotman

CEO: Walter Craig Jelinek

Founded: July 12, 1976

Costco’s monthly unique visitors: 7,386,999

Costco’s Order Volume: >50,000

Costco’s Web Sales: $5B – $10B

A multinational corporation that operates a chain of big-box retail stores on a membership-only basis, Costco is one of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.

At present, it has 828 warehouses worldwide, including 572 in the United States. 


9. Lowe's

Lowe's

Net worth: $131.25B

Headquarters: Mooresville, North Carolina

Founder: Lucius Smith Lowe

CEO: Marvin R. Ellison 

Founded: March 25, 1921

Lowes’ monthly unique visitors: 7,631,738

Lowes’ Order Volume: 50,000+

Lowes’ Web Sales: $5B – $10B

One of the most popular online stores using United Parcel Service is Lowe’s, a retail company specializing in home improvement. 

It is the second-largest hardware chain in the United States and also the second-largest hardware chain in the world.


10. DoorDash

DoorDash

Net worth: $35.92B

Headquarters: San Francisco, California

Founders: Tony Xu, Andy Fang, Stanley Tang, and Evan Moore 

CEO: Tony Xu

Founded: January 2013

DoorDash’s monthly unique visitors: 5,720,100 

DoorDash’s Order Volume: 50,000+

DoorDash’s Web Sales: $1B – $5B

An online food ordering and food delivery platform, DoorDash is the largest food delivery company in the United States. 

It boasts of a 56% market share in the food delivery industry and a 60% market share in the convenience delivery category. 


11. Taylor & Francis Online

Taylor & Francis Online

Headquarters: Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Founders: William Francis and Richard Taylor

CEO: Annie Callanan

Founded: 1852

Taylor & Francis Online’s monthly unique visitors: 339,377

Taylor & Francis Online’s Order Volume: 1000-5000

Taylor & Francis Online’s Web Sales: $10M – $25M

Taylor & Francis Online is the online branch of an international company that publishes books and academic journals. 

Founded 170 years ago, the company publishes more than 2,700 journals and about 7,000 new books each year. 


12. Mercari

Mercari

Net worth: $1B 

Headquarters: Minato, Tokyo, Japan 

Founders: Shintaro Yamada, Ryo Ishizuka, and Tommy Tomishima

CEO: Shintaro Yamada

Founded: February 1, 2013

Mercari’s monthly unique visitors: 5,816

Mercari’s Order Volume: 1000-5000

Mercari’s Web Sales: $1M – $5M

One of the international companies using the United Parcel Service, Mercari is a Japanese eCommerce company that is today the country’s largest community-powered marketplace. The company was the first in Japan to reach Unicorn status.


13. Redbubble 

Redbubble 

Headquarters: Melbourne, Australia 

Founders: Martin Hosking, Peter Styles, and Paul Vanzella

CEO: Michael J. Ilczynski

Founded: 2006 

Redbubble’s monthly unique visitors: 5,359,088

Redbubble’s Order Volume: 10000-50000

Redbubble’s Web Sales: $250M – $500M

Redbubble is among the top eCommerce companies using UPS. It is an online marketplace for print-on-demand items, including prints, T-shirts, hoodies, duvet covers, cushions, leggings, etc., based on user-submitted artwork.  


14. Newegg

Newegg

Net worth: $2.41B

Headquarters: City of Industry, California 

Founders: Fred Chang

CEO: Anthony Chow

Founded: 2001

Newegg’s monthly unique visitors: 4,621,886

Newegg’s Order Volume: >50,000

Newegg’s Web Sales: $1B – $5B

An online retailer of computer hardware and consumer electronics, among other items, Newegg is the brainchild of Fred Chang, a US immigrant from Taiwan. 

The company also offers services to third-party logistics (3PL) clients and other eCommerce organizations.


15. Walgreens

Walgreens

Net worth: $38.44B

Headquarters: Deer Field, Illinois 

Founders: Charles Rudolph Walgreen

CEO: Rosalind Brewer

Founded: 1901

Walgreens’ monthly unique visitors: 4,875,884  

Walgreens’ Order Volume: >50,000

Walgreens’ Web Sales: $1B – $5B

Walgreens operates the second-largest pharmacy store chain in the United States. One of the major eCommerce companies using UPS, it specializes in filling prescriptions, health and wellness products, and health information. 


16. iHerb 

iHerb 
  • Headquarters: Moreno Valley, California, US
  • Founder: Ray Faraee
  • Founded: 1996 
  • iHerb’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 4,327,860
  • iHerb’s Order Volume: >50000
  • iHerb’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

iHerb is a health and fitness retailer with an online presence and sells vitamins and dietary supplements across 185+ countries, 30,000+ products to over 11M+ active customers. UPS delivers orders from iHerb’s Fulfillment Centers directly to customers.


17. Farfetch

Farfetch
  • Founder: José Neves 
  • Founded: 2007
  • Headquarters: London, Greater London, UK
  • Farfetch’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,822,262
  • Farfetch’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Farfetch’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B  

Farfetch sells products from more than 700 brands and boutiques for both men and women.  Farfetch’s revenue rose 35 per cent to $2.3 billion in 2021 over 2020. From the usual express, standard and same day delivery, Farfetch provides F90 — store to door in 90 minutes with the help of UPS.


18. Poshmark

Poshmark
  • Headquarters: Redwood City, California, United States 
  • Founders: Tracy Sun, Manish Chandra
  • CEO: Manish Chandra
  • Founded: 10 May, 2011
  • Poshmark’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,962,568
  • Poshmark’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Poshmark’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B  

Poshmark is a leading social marketplace for new and secondhand style for women, men, kids, pets and home with 80 million registered users and 200+ million items for sale across the U.S., Canada & Australia. Poshmark’s net revenue was $326.0 million, a 25% increase year-over-year from $261.6 million in 2020. 


19. Office Depot

Office Depot
  • Founder: F. Patrick Sher
  • Year Founded: 1986
  • Location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
  • Office Depot’s monthly unique visitors: 2,277,139
  • Office Depot’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Office Depot’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Office Depot is an American office supply company owned by the ODP Corporation. Office Depot provides Next-Business-Day shipping and same-day delivery with the help of UPS.


20. Boohoo

Boohoo
  • Headquarters: Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Founders: Mahmud Kamani, Carol Kane
  • CEO: John Lyttle
  • Founded: 2006
  • Boohoo’s monthly unique visitors: 1,763,066
  • Boohoo’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Boohoo’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Boohoo offers the most up to date fashion at incredible prices with unbeatable choice, great quality and excellent service. With 8.9 million active customers, Boohoo clocked £600.7M in 2021 at a 38% year-on-year growth. Boohoo provides USA Standard and Express shipping along with UPS Access Point Express Collection. 


21. TESCO

TESCO
  • Headquarters: Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom
  • Founders: Jack Cohen
  • CEO: Ken Murphy 
  • Founded: 1919
  • Tesco’s monthly unique visitors: 1,827,524
  • Tesco’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Tesco’s web sales: >$5B

Tesco is the world’s third largest retailer in the world by gross revenue. It reported a 6% increase in revenue to £61.3bn ($80.5bn) for the 2021-22 compared to the previous year. Tesco provides Click+collect, home delivery and super fast delivery with UPS.


22. Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty
  • Headquarters: Bolingbrook, Illinois, United States
  • Founders: Dick George, Terry Hanson
  • CEO: David C. Kimbell 
  • Founded: 1990
  • Ulta Beauty’s monthly unique visitors: 2,009,106
  • Ulta Beauty’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Ulta Beauty’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Ulta Beauty’s net sales increased 40.3% to $8.6 billion compared to $6.2 billion in fiscal 2020. Since 2015, 22,000+ new jobs have been created across the US and 92% of our associates identify as women. Ulta beauty provides standard, expedited, premium and same day delivery with UPS. 


23. Lyst

Lyst
  • Headquarters: London, United Kingdom
  • Founders: Sebastjan Trepca, Devin Hunt, Chris Morton
  • CEO: Chris Morton 
  • Founded: 2010
  • Lyst’s monthly unique visitors: 2,200,228
  • Lyst’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Lyst’s web sales: $1B – $5B

For over 160 million annual shoppers, Lyst offers the most comprehensive range of 8,000,000+ products from 17,000 of the world’s leading brands and stores. Lyst provides USA and UK standard and express shipping with UPS.


24. American Eagle Outfitters

American Eagle Outfitters
  • Founder: Jerry silver man, Mark Silverman
  • Year Founded: 1977 
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  • AE’s  Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,887,750
  • AE’s Order Volume: >50000
  • AE’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

American Eagle Outfitters is a leading global specialty retailer offering high-quality, on-trend clothing, accessories and personal care products under its American Eagle and Aerie brands. It recorded total net revenue of $5B 16% better compared to the pre-pandemic fiscal year 2019.


25. Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger
  • Headquarters: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Founders: Tommy Hilfiger
  • CEO: Martijn Hagman 
  • Founded: 1985
  • Tommy Hilfiger’s monthly unique visitors: 1,720,567
  • Tommy Hilfiger’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Tommy Hilfiger’s web sales: $250M – $500M

TOMMY HILFIGER is one of the world’s leading designer lifestyle brands  with a network of over 100 countries and more than 2,000 retail stores throughout North America, Europe, Latin America and the Asia Pacific region. Tommy’s 2021 revenue increased 28% to $9.155 billion (increased 26% on a constant currency basis) compared to 2020. Tommy provides various shipping options with UPS Ground, UPS Second Day and UPS Overnight. 


Wrapping Up 

United Parcel Service (UPS) is one of the most reputed shipping and logistics companies, and it is not surprising that many major online sellers choose them as their service partner.

UPS provides a range of shipping, tracking, and billing services and can also be an effective partner in assisting marketers and sellers in international trade with its infrastructure and resources available in over 220 countries and regions. 

While these companies may also use other services, the fact remains that UPS is among their most trusted brands for making timely deliveries to their customers. 

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