UPS, like any self-respecting transport agency, has different routes of contact. Although the company’s headquarters are in the United States, the company has support in Spanish. This support is supplied through various channels. By phone, email, chat, social media … We have compiled all UPS customer service channels to contact the company telematically.
UPS Contact Phone
The customer service telephone number has always been the most direct way to get in touch with a company. In the case of UPS, the company has different support numbers depending on the type of query.
As of today, UPS technical support is provided through the number 917 45 98 77. If we want to contact the company for reasons other than the shipping service, we can use 91 745 64 00. For inquiries regarding billing and payments, we can use 91 745 64 00. All of these have a national prefix, for what the cost of the call does not differ from the cost to any other number with Spanish prefix.
UPS Support Email
Another way of contact that the company makes available to users is to send an email to customer service through a form on its website. We can access the form in question through the following link:
Within the form we will have to specify the type of query, as well as the details of the query that we want to make. Too we will have to supply an email address to obtain a response by said means.
UPS Customer Chat
Today, UPS does not offer personalized assistance through a chat, but uses a automated response system with which we can interact through simple queries. It is not a chat to use although the company shows it as such.
UPS physical offices
If we choose the face-to-face route, UPS has official headquarters in Spain, beyond the local offices where the deliveries of each city or territory are managed. The headquarters in question is located at the following address:
Via de los Poblados, 1
Alvento Business Park, Building C-D 2
From tuexperto.com We recommend going directly to local UPS transportation agencies. to solve any problem with the company.
UPS social media
Social media is the last way we can go. As usual, customer service tends to focus on Facebook and Twitter, and more specifically, through the following channels:
Other phone numbers and customer support emails