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Pargo announces 200th parcel point

South Africa-based Pargo has informed Post&Parcel that it launched its 200th Pargo parcel point this week.

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Japan Post testing electric vehicles for postal duties

Japan Post has been using Toyota electric vehicles for postal pickup and delivery duties on a trial basis.

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Australia Post signs up Bugwolf to beta test apps and websites

Australia Post will be using technology start-up company Bugwolf to crowdsource "vetted" beta testers for the postal operator’s new apps, digital products and websites.

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Francisco de Lacerda wins Best CEO Award

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CTT Portugal Post, Francisco de Lacerda has received the Best CEO award from the Investor Relations & Governance Awards (IRGA) 2015.

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Royal Mail chooses Datalogic for new parcel sorting systems

Royal Mail has chosen Datalogic to implement a new parcel sorting system in around 20 mail centres across the UK.

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Zimbabwe government dismisses Postal and Telecoms Authority board members

The Zimbabwe Government has dismissed all the Board members of the Postal and Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (Potraz) over allegations of corruption, abuse of financial resources and poor governance, according to local sources.

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Indian start-up Parcelled raises funding

Indian online courier service start-up Parcelled has secured strategic funding from logistics firm Delhivery and Traxcn Labs.

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India’s East Coast Railway introduces online parcel management system

The Waltair Division of East Coast Railway (ECoR) and CRIS are introducing an online Parcel Management System (PMS) in order to bring in greater transparency in the booking and delivery of parcels.

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Treasure Truck hunt

Amazon's much-hyped Treasure Truck was scheduled to hit the streets of Seattle last weekend, "cruising to different neighborhoods loaded to the gills with one amazing item you won’t want to miss", but its launch seems to have been mysteriously parked.

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John Lewis to charge for Click and Collect deliveries under £30

John Lewis has announced that it will be charging £2 for Click & Collect deliveries on goods costing less than £30.

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