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CollectPlus, the UK’s largest store-based parcel delivery and returns service, has today announced a new partnership with web platform Visualsoft, which has developed a new piece of web technology that will make it easier for many retailers in the UK to integrate the CollectPlus click and collect service into their websites. Red Hot Sunglasses is the official launch client, having been trialling the new feature since May.
Birmingham becomes the first UK airport to install Amazon Lockers, which will provide a pick up point for Amazon orders from Monday 22nd September.
The Universal Postal Union has opened a new Postal Training Centre in the Caribbean that is expected to train 1,280 people over the next two years.
Parcel carrier DPD has now launched its standard Saturday delivery service in various cities and regions around Germany.
YOURSAFE24 is the name of the start-up in Saxony, which intends to revolutionise security in public places. And a cooperation between YOURSAFE24 and KEBA now means that an everyday worry of holidaymakers is a thing of the past. This is because “YourSafe” lockers have recently been installed at several beaches on Mallorca and are protecting the valuables of sun-hungry tourists in keyless box systems from Linz.
UPS is expecting to hire between 90,000 and 95,000 temporary employees to boost its service during the peak season, from October through to January.
Volume growth and cost-cutting initiatives have seen profits jumping at FedEx in the first quarter of its fiscal year.
DHL Global Forwarding, Freight announced today new developments in its route offerings between Asia and Europe for intermodal shipments. A true door-to-door service, DHL's new scheduled block train service offers an average transit time of 14 days from Suzhou to Warsaw along the trans-Siberian North Corridor.
TNT has been awarded a two-year contract to provide international delivery services to the Dutch fashion company Mexx.