Postal Industry News | International Mail News
GIRO, which specializes in the development and implementation of software solutions for the postal distribution industries and public transit, is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. Founded in Montreal in 1979, the company, which arose out of a university project, has become a global leader in its fields of expertise.
P2P eSolutions, the international delivery solutions provider, has announced that its Wheels Up Clearance service is cutting parcel delivery to Australia by up to seven days during peak season.
Switzerland’s first integrated payment and shopping app will be launched under the name TWINT in 2015. This new solution will be launched by TWINT AG, a subsidiary of PostFinance.
UK same day distribution company CitySprint plans to employ over 300 additional couriers in the run up to Christmas.
NetDespatch, the Software as a Service (SaaS) parcel data management platform and Blackbay, provider of mobility-enabled solutions for the transport and logistics industry, have revealed that they have jointly provided the technology which powers ‘Pass My Parcel’, the new same day Click and Collect service from Smiths News, which has been selected by Amazon for its customers in the UK.
Amazon India has launched a pilot project to test India Post’s cash on delivery model, reports The Economic Times.
The US Postal Service has announced the results for the latest financial year – it has recorded a $5.5 billion loss, its eighth consecutive yearly loss.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) which represents 200,000 postal and telecommunication workers announced today that workers in the Post Office’s Admin and Supply Chain returned a 76 % ‘Yes’ vote in favour of strike action.
Royal Mail’s underlying pre-tax profits fell 6% in the first half of the year as it warned that Amazon’s new delivery network will wipe out as much as half of the growth in UK parcel volumes for two years.