Australia Post has reportedly established a new unit that is completely devoted to ecommerce growth.
Singapore Post has sold three printing and mailing businesses to reinvest resources in the growing ecommerce marketplace. This approach refocuses corporate attention on opportunities for growth.
Busy delivery services can use the holiday peak time for brand-building.
International Post Corporation (IPC), a leading service provider of the global postal industry, announced this month that the international postal sector reached its carbon emission reduction target in 2014, six years ahead of schedule.
The Royal Mail Group will open 10 temporary storage and sorting facilities to keep up with rising customer demands.
The charge to take Singles Day global has been largely spearheaded by Alibaba, the largest online retailer in China. Following significant growth in traffic from Great Britain last year, market watchers have their eye on British consumers in 2015.
Consumers will be “unforgiving” of mistakes made during this critical window before the holidays.
It was recently announced that Swiss Post will begin contracting outside transportation services, rather than growing its own fleet of vehicles and personnel.
USPS announced that this year, it expects to process 15.5 billion cards, letters, flats and packages for consumers and businesses.
Delivery services say they’ve had trouble finding the thousands of employees they rely on each year to scale up operations through the busiest months of the year.