Well, these days Christmas comes in a 'white van' for most people, with the odd red, yellow or blue one! Letters, parcels, supermarket food-deliveries, Amazon sub-contractors . . . and then there are the chocolate-brown ones! You know, the funny-looking "Who made that?" one's . . .although albinism has been known!
You can see the corporate colour-scheme (as distinctive as the UK's Royal Fail red, or the 'Euro-post' yellow) is carried over to the packaging, and the figures are a touch larger than 54mm at a small sixty! The set included 8 paper/card parcels; presumably hidden in the van - for safekeeping!
More on the distinctive UPS vehicles at Wikipedia
Update 19-12-16 - Brain has added an image of the cut-out packages, with the following note;
"As I said when I sent the pix I'm pretty sure that I saw the same
figures and conveyor in the UK which on further thought was a Farm
Tractor and trailer, hay bales, conveyor and figures. At the time it was
amongst Blue Box toys but it may have been just mixed in as there was
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