SingPost and Post Luxembourg sign e-commerce collaboration agreement

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Left to right: Sam Ang, CEO of Quantium Solutions – a wholly-owned SingPost subsidiary, and Hjoerdis Stahl, director, Post Luxembourg

National postal operators Post Luxembourg and Singapore Post (SingPost) have signed a collaboration agreement to provide comprehensive end-to-end e-commerce logistics solutions between Asia and Europe.

The aim of the partnership is to ultimately provide faster delivery of e-commerce shipments between the two countries and as a result, neighboring states. However, SingPost and Post Luxembourg customers will also enjoy additional benefits such as end-to-end tracking and more reliable delivery estimates.

Mervyn Lim, covering group CEO of SingPost, said, “Our collaboration with Post Luxembourg will boost our presence, capabilities and e-commerce logistics network in Europe. Post Luxembourg’s strategic location in the heart of the continent, and its excellent relationship with the customs authorities, will benefit our customers and their businesses. This collaboration underscores SingPost’s strength in forging close working ties with partners around the world that enhance our global e-commerce logistics ecosystem.”

Claude Strasser, CEO of Post Luxembourg, said, “It was important for us to find a strategic partner covering the entire Asian territory. We will benefit from SingPost’s access to the Asian market and it allows us to attract European e-commerce customers with a true value proposition.”

September 1, 2016

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