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Dassault Systèmes the French management solutions company has announced that it will be acquiring Quintiq, a leading provider of on-premise and on-cloud supply chain and Operations Planning & Optimization software, for approximately €250 million. This is the second acquisition for the company this month and will allow Dassault Systèmes to reach new industries such as metals, mining, oil & gas, rail, delivery and freight.
Toll Group has just opened its new $170m express parcels facility near Sydney, the largest such facility in Australia.
Parcel carrier DPD aims to double its share of the German business-to-consumer shipping market in the next four years by "making the parcel digital".
Union leaders have agreed to proposals by Royal Mail to begin trialling Sunday deliveries in south-east England.
Finland’s national postal service Itella has been struggling in the first half of the year with the economy in recession.
The UK’s two-man delivery specialist Arrow XL has announced the appointment of Paul Tyson as Commercial Director.
InPost has signed an agreement with online delivery experts P4D to provide a flexible delivery option for consumers and businesses.
Competition in the UK parcels sector continues to hamper Royal Mail’s results, according to the newly-privatised company’s latest quarterly data.
UPS is now rebranding the network of European parcel shops it bought in 2012, from Kiala to UPS Access Point.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has signed a memorandum of understanding with Brazil Post designed to promote trade between China and Brazil.