Midlothian business owner ditches the U.S. Post Office: 'We don't feel confident'
"If we could stay with USPS we definitely would be doing that, but we don’t feel confident doing that moving into the holiday,” Jäger explained. “From our holiday season last year, we saw at least about 40 percent of our packages with extreme delays. That’s why this year we are making that big change over to UPS."