Distribution Services Closed on Tuesday, May 2

Please be advised that Distribution Services will be closed on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 to attend a division retreat.  We will not be receiving incoming shipments, delivering mail and parcels or picking up outbound mail and shipments. Normal services will resume on Wednesday, May 3.

With specific regard to inbound FedEx shipments that are held at Dado Street, we will pick up those shipments on May 3; however, if you wish to retrieve your own shipment on Tuesday, you may do so. Please take a picture ID and have your tracking number available. You may also drop off outbound FedEx shipments at Dado Street.

FedEx Ship Center
710 Dado St.
San José, CA  95131
Phone: (408) 975-0893
Hours: 8:30 am – 7:00 pm (if dropping off priority shipments, they must be there by 6:00 pm)

For your outbound DHL, FedEx and UPS needs on May 2, you may take packages that have a shipping label to the:

Postal Annex+
123 E. San Carlos St.
San José, CA  95112
Phone: (408) 975-0893
Hours: 9:30 am – 6:30 pm (priority overnight shipments must be there before 3:30 pm)

If you have any questions, please contact the Distribution Services Manager, Sonja Bowsky, at (408) 924-1592 or sonja.bowsky@sjsu.edu and she will address your concerns.

Please forward this message to any staff or faculty you feel should be notified.

UPS Shipment Delivery Delayed- Nov. 16

Please be advised that due to delays in their service schedule, UPS was late in delivering today’s shipments. Distribution Services will attempt to deliver all of the UPS shipments this afternoon; but some deliveries may be delayed until tomorrow morning.
 
If a critical shipment is expected, but not received by 2:30 p.m., please contact Distribution Services at 4-1592 or 4-1593 with the tracking number and an attempt will be made to locate it. You may also contact Sonja Bowsky, Distribution Services Manager, at sonja.bowsky@sjsu.edu.

 

Campus Practice Regarding Personal Deliveries

With this year’s observation of Valentines’ Day falling during the work week, Distribution Services would like to remind the campus community that it is campus practice for Distribution Services to not accept personal deliveries on behalf of SJSU employees. We, as a university, cannot assume responsibility/liability for the receipt and delivery of personal items.

During special occasions such as Valentine’s Day, some couriers offer desktop delivery. It would be advisable that personal deliveries of this nature clearly indicate the recipient’s building and office location (number) along with the university address. This will be allowed as long as it does not breach policies of your department.

In the interest of customer service, Distribution Services is available to provide vendors delivery information including office location when adequate information for the intended recipient is provided. We appreciate your understanding and observation of our campus practice. If you have any questions, please contact Salvador Campos, Distribution Services Manager, at 4-1592.