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UPS Names New Alabama District Executive

February 24, 2009

BIRMINGHAM, AL UPS has named Linda Nelson, a 23-year employee, vice president of operations for the company's Alabama District.

In her new role, Nelson is responsible for almost 4,000 employees, 33 facilities, and 1,451 vehicles that comprise the district, which covers all of Alabama and the Florida panhandle.

Nelson most recently served as vice president of operations for the company's North Ohio District, based in Cleveland, where she managed the daily operations in northeast Ohio.

Nelson began her UPS career in 1986 as a part-time package handler. Since then, she has held various UPS operations assignments throughout the United States.

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