What is a UPS High Value Report?

The UPS High-Value Report is a report showing a tracking number, package ID, and Declared Value if your package has a declared value of $1,000 or more

UPS notes: For all but Return Services shipments, this report automatically prints during the End of Day process only if you processed a package with a Declared Value of $1,000 or more. For Return Services shipments, this report prints during shipment processing instead of during the End of Day process. This report shows the tracking number, package ID, and Declared Value of each high-value package.

If you use multiple shippers to process high-value packages, the package information is grouped by shipper accounts, and the report information for each shipper starts on a new page. The shipper number is shown in the UPS Shipper No. field.

Be sure to give this report to the UPS driver when they pick up the high-value packages. The UPS driver signs the report and records the pickup time and the total number of high-value packages on the last line of the report. Since these pickup details are on the report the driver takes with the packages, make a copy of the driver's report. If you want pickup confirmation for your records, have the driver sign your copy as well. Learn more about obtaining the UPS High-Value Report in ShippingEasy.



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