Nearly all container terminals at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are closed after union workers failed to show up to work, officials said. The work stoppage comes in the midst of labor negotiations between one of the state’s most powerful unions, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, and their employers, represented by […]
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UPS Workers Might Strike!
A labor union representing 350,000 UPS workers could strike this summer if a new contract agreement isn’t reached on time, threatening the delivery of millions of parcels. Teamsters leadership has made it clear they are taking a hard-line stance on pay, scheduling and other issues ahead of negotiations for a new labor contract with UPS. […]
How Amazon is killing our small businesses
One of the biggest and most prosperous e-commerce enterprises in the world, Amazon has a considerable influence on other shops and small businesses. Customers love the company for its wide range of goods, affordable prices, and convenient delivery options, but its monopoly on the market has also had a negative impact on many smaller stores […]
Why Fedex and UPS are better than USPS
Two of the most well-known shipping firms in the country, FedEx and UPS, have noticed a rising trend in customers choosing their services over those of the post office or other couriers. Several elements, such as dependability, expediency, and convenience, might be blamed for this trend. The popularity of FedEx and UPS is largely due […]
Post COVID Consumer trends
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on consumer retail shipping, leading to significant changes in the way products are purchased and delivered. One of the main changes has been an increase in online shopping. With many brick-and-mortar stores closed or operating at limited capacity, consumers have turned to online retailers like Amazon and […]
The Decline of Consumer Shipping
Consumer packing and delivery of items and goods have decreased recently. Several causes, including the expansion of e-commerce and the acceptance of subscription-based delivery services, are responsible for this development. The growth of e-commerce is one of the primary causes of the drop in consumer packaging and shipping. Online merchants like Amazon and Walmart have […]
Updated 2022 Hours
Updated Hours Saturday – CLOSED Due to Supply Chain and budget issues, in an effort to remain open, NRVShipping will be CLOSED on Saturdays. We appreciate your business and understanding with our change.
USPS Epic FAIL
Despite the preparation of this upcoming Christmas shipping season, the USPS estimates it has either lost or will have significant delays in thousands of packages being shipped to their destination. A large factor were changes made to the postal system for the recent 2020 election and the United States Post Office appeared to be unable […]
Get Your Gifts out Early!!
Due to the CoronaVirus, the United States Post Office, UPS, FedEx, and DHL are anticipating their most busiest holiday season this Christmas. Don’t get caught too late. NRVShipping can give you all the carrier rates and find the quickest and most economical way to get your gifts to their destination.
No MASK – NO SERVICE!!!
Due to the spike in CoronaVirus cases in Virginia and around the United States, we are asking all of our patrons to respect guidelines set by the CDC and State of Virginia to wear appropriate PPE before entering our store. We appreciate all of our customers and want to do what is right in keeping […]