Pensacola, Fla. – Warrington Pack & Ship Business Center, a provider of shipping in Pensacola, FL, has recently released information regarding UPS’ and FedEx's plans to utilize delivery drones and driverless vehicles in the future.
According to Global Research and The Young Turks, documents and other patent filings reveal that FedEx and UPS are actively searching for opportunities to use delivery drones and driverless vehicles. Unfortunately, analysts believe that this move could result in the loss of thousands of jobs for postal workers.
“It’s an innovative idea that was going to be approached sooner or later, we’re just not positive on how things will pan out in the future in terms of employment,” Thomas Armstrong said, who is the owner of Pack & Ship Business Center.
UPS CEO David Abney and FedEx CEO Fred Smith have both publicly stated that the corporate tax cuts they have requested will lead to economic growth and new jobs. After digging deeper into recent financial filings, the company that manages shipping costs in Pensacola, FL, suggests that the surplus of money from lower taxes would go to investments in drone technology, rather than human labor.
“Nonetheless, delivery drones and driverless vehicles is an innovative concept that can have both a positive and negative impact on the postal industry,” Thomas said. “We’ll see what’s in store for the future.”
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