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Europa Road - a division of independent logistics operator, Europa Worldwide Group, has announced that it has invested in a new direct daily service (five times per week) to and from the UK and Stuttgart.
Hermes-Otto International (H-OI), part of the Hermes Group of companies and a subsidiary of the Otto Group, is to offer services covering auditing and quality control in key sourcing markets as well as IT-based supply chain solutions.
Britain’s Post Office Ltd is in talks with the banking industry with the aim of standardising banking services provided through post office branches.
PostCon, the German mail company owned by Dutch postal operator PostNL, is restructuring its head office with plans to cut 140 jobs.
Chinese logistics company S.F. Express has begun using small drones to deliver packages to remote and mountainous areas in south China, reports the IT Times.
The owners of collapsed UK parcel carrier City Link have hit back at MPs over their criticism for the way employees and contractors were treated.
FedEx Express has completed the external structure on a new gateway facility in Copenhagen Airport, Denmark.
Royal Mail is launching a new "nominate a neighbour" initiative from today, building on the company’s "delivery to neighbour" scheme.
Canada Post said it made a $194m pre-tax profit last year, turning around the $125m loss made in 2013.
The EU Commission has pledged to work to harmonise delivery charges and rules for parcels as part of its new strategy to boost e-commerce.