Stop ReKeying Ship Addresses- Use Enhanced Copy/Paste

For NRGship UPS Mac Pro and FileMaker users who have not integrated shipping, the software features enhanced copy/paste as a quick alternative to retyping or copying addresses line by line.

Easily paste a complete address from a web page, an email, your Ecommerce system or from another Mac application such as Quickbooks, MYOB, Lightspeed or Daylight.

Simply copy any address to your clipboard, create a new shipment and use the ⌘ 8 command and depending on the address format – it will populate all of your address fields as shown below:

Customer Spotlight – AOV, Inc.


We just wanted to share this email we received from AOV, Inc. – a Boulder, CO based company who provides high quality screen printing, embroidery, and promotional products.aov_emailheader1


We just shipped 24 boxes in one transaction (UPS normally limits this to 20 boxes when you do it online).

Outside of the annoying 10 seconds it took to spool the labels, hit our Purchasing table, link the purchase to the inventory record and the job and capture the tracking number… it worked flawlessly. I was comforted by the fact that this would have probably taken 15 minutes if I had done it the “old fashioned” way.



NRGship is again featured on home page of UPS.COM

UPS is again featuring NRGship, our new native Mac OS X product, on the home page of

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NRGship featured on home page of UPS.COM

Last week UPS started to feature NRGship, our new native Mac OS X product, on the home page of This follows on previous promotion of Mac Shipping on other UPS web pages.

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The evolution of Mac shipping

Customers have been asking for years for a UPS “desktop” shipping solution. Finally, NRG is prepping for the product launch of NRGship for UPS, a native OS X application, geared towards domestic shippers. Featuring a streamlined interface, NRGship provides full support for Mac technologies along with thermal printers and digital scales.

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