State of the fruit – @adafruit shipping stats for July! @UPS @USPS #makerbusiness
Below is approximately the last 30 days of shipping, how fast we shipped an order after you placed it and then how on-time the carrier was (UPS and USPS).
Shipments made on time: 99.78% (19,827 out of 19,870 orders)
Regular UPS orders shipped by next day: 99.79% (15,814 out of 15,848 orders)
Regular USPS orders shipped by next day: 99.95% (4,101 out of 4,103 orders)
Orders Shipped within 3 days: 96.77% (479 out of 495 orders)
Orders shipped in the past week: 4,865
Reseller orders shipped in the past week: 183
Orders shipped in the past 30 days: 20,842
Reseller orders shipped in the past 30 days: 610
Over 99% of the time your order goes out on time, usually only rare instances of an item being out of stock or a custom has made a request to delay the order keep us from 100%
Next up, how how good is UPS and USPS delivering on time after it leaves Adafruit? Here’s what their numbers look like over the last 30 days:
UPS orders arrived on time an average of 97.50% this is based on a sample audit of 14,000+ packages (last 30 days). Specific services like 3-day select are higher, 97.60%
USPS orders arrived on time an average of 89.6%% on site based on a sample audit of 2,000+ packages. First class took an average of 3.2 days, Priority 2.1 days. We do not offer USPS for regions that have known issues with delays so the average is likely higher than other companies that offer USPS to all 50 states.
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