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ParcelHome is running a three-month trial for its “intelligent letterboxes” in the Belgian city of Mechelen. The carriers DHL Parcel, GLS and DPD are taking part in the trial – and ParcelHome reports that this makes it “a world first collaboration in the field smart package boxes shared amongst multiple carriers”.
Picup, a new courier service that will be available through the instant messaging platform WeChat, will being officially launched in South Africa tomorrow (28 May).
A new report from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found that US Postal Service needs to improve its management procedures for Parcel Select contracts.
The legal dispute between Canada Post and the City of Hamilton over the installation of community mailboxes will continue to be played out in the Ontario Superior Court today.
FC Bayern Munich is working with Alibaba’s Tmall Global and DHL eCommerce to launch an official FC Bayern Munich online flagship store for consumers in China.
iForce has secured a long-term contract with Mayborn Group to supply fulfilment and logistics services from its site at Corby in Northamptonshire.
Aramex is to buy a 25% stake in cross-border mailbox consolidation services provider WS One Investment.
Walmart has launched an online-to-offline (O2O) mobile shopping platform in Shenzen.
The US Postal Service has put plans to close dozens of mail processing plants later this year on hold until 2016, it has confirmed this morning.
Alibaba has reportedly made arrangements with Allcargo Logistics' subsidiary ECU Line to ship less-than-container load (LCL) consignments to India.