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Finland’s national postal operator Itella Group is developing a major new all-in-one e-commerce fulfillment service that could eventually provide same-day delivery for online purchases.
The Universal Postal Union’s member countries have demanded the organisation speed up its work to improve the flow of e-commerce through the global postal system.
The US Postal service has launched its second trial of a same day delivery service, this time in New York City.
Parcel carrier DPD is building a new EUR 11m distribution centre in southern Germany in order to get closer to its customers in the region.
Zebra Technologies and Motorola Solutions today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement in which Zebra will acquire Motorola’s Enterprise business for $3.45 billion in an all-cash transaction.
UPS has opened three expanded facilities in the United States and Canada to service customers in the retail, manufacturing and healthcare industries.
Arrow XL, the UK’s leading two-man delivery specialist, has announced the appointment of Shaun Devey as IT & Business Change Director. Bringing with him a wealth of experience, Shaun will be responsible for overseeing the IT function of the business and will report directly into CEO, Ian Howell.
Average domestic letter prices in Europe have increased by three euro-cents in the last year, according to the latest European letter price survey from Deutsche Post.
Anglo-German parcel carrier Hermes Group has recorded sales of more than EUR 2bn for the first time in its history.