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April 2012


Click here  US Senate approves 21st century Postal Reform Act

Click here  Postcode Anywhere releases real-time address auto-completion

Click here  Itella’s carbon dioxide emissions down by almost six percent

Click here  Kern to unveil world’s fastest mailing system at Drupa 2012

Click here  Mobile communications from Hellenic Post and Vodaphone

Click here  US Senate approves 21st century Postal Reform Act

Click here  PostNL’s CEO resigns

Click here  Powerful partnership

Click here  US Postal Service unveils self-service parcel locker

Click here  PostNord takes on newspaper distribution

Click here  Smallest, lightest mobile receipt printers

Click here  Vanderlande establishes presence in Australia

Click here  Cost-saving systems evaluation for Asian businesses

Click here  Canada Post positioned for growing e-commerce business

Click here  Estonian Post’s direct mail growth

Click here  Shipping FedEx Envelopes is now carbon neutral

Click here  UPS expands London Olympic Games fleet

Click here  Digital pay slips via Swiss Post’s secure e-mail service

Click here  DHL improves climate footprint

Click here  Escher helps centralise financial services for Pakistan Post

Click here  eBay drives shipping innovation

Click here  TNT Post Parcels rolls out handhelds in Belgium

Click here  USPS Click-N-Ship revamp

Click here  DHL improves climate footprint

Click here  Improved efficiency and effectiveness for TNT Hong Kong

Click here  Prime Vision – The complete works

Click here  PostNL Parcels wins Zalando

Click here  USPS plans to allow mailer logos and marks on permit indicia

Click here  Personalised postage stamps in three easy steps

Click here  Statement about the ‘Post Italiane gives .post a boost’ news story of the week commencing 26 March 2012

Video Exclusives

Drone footage of Hermes super hub

Hermes UK has opened its new purpose built, automated parcel distribution hub in Rugby, the biggest of its kind in the UK. The £31m (US$40m) development represents the most significant investment in the company’s history and will create more than 100 jobs. Located in Rugby, the Midlands super hub measures 270,000ft², the equivalent of 34 soccer pitches, and has the capability to efficiently process in excess of one million parcels each day.

23 August, 2017

UPS delivery drivers trained using VR simulations

UPS has announced that it will start training student delivery drivers to spot and identify road hazards using virtual reality (VR) headsets that simulate the experience of driving on city streets. The company will launch VR training at nine UPS Integrad training facilities in September.

To read more about the training simulation, click here.

16 August, 2017

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Brody Buhler, global managing director, post and parcel industry group, Accenture, talks to PPTI about the company’s latest research and the impact AI will have on the postal sector.   October 16, 2017
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