United Parcel Service will eliminate 64 jobs in Coppell in a move to outsource accounting work.

In a letter to the Texas Workforce Commission, the company said the job cuts will begin in October and continue into January. It said the administrative employees will be offered severance.

The Atlanta-based delivery company had revenue of nearly $72 billion in 2018 and more than 480,000 employees. Dallas-Fort Worth is considered one of the company’s air hubs.

UPS spokesman Matthew O’Connor said the company is outsourcing transactional finance and accounting work in order to let employees “do more strategic work that can make a greater impact on our business and provide them with enhanced career opportunities.”

“Our employees are having one-on-one meetings with their management to discuss their next steps with the

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