Postal Technology International Awards 2015 shortlist announced!

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The shortlist for the Postal Technology International Awards 2015 has been announced. This year the shortlisted companies have developed everything from total e-commerce solutions for SMEs to cross-border delivery platforms, automated parcel handling systems, last-mile delivery applications, and returns portals.

The shortlist also features posts that have turned their business around through clever investment and tough business decisions to post strong figures throughout 2014 and 2015, and operators who have set impressive targets to reduce their CO2 emissions.

The winners of the awards will be announced exclusively at a ceremony at 5:00pm within the exhibition hall at Post-Expo 2015 in Paris, France on September 29, and published in the Postal Technology International Showcase 2016.

Postal Technology International Awards 2015 shortlist:

Parcel Handling Innovation of the Year

Label-learning software from Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics (SPPAL) Neopost’s CVP-500 Parcel Picker by the BEUMER Group Parcel Manager from Bell and Howell OneSort by Pitney Bowes

Digital Innovation of the Year

Comandia by Correos Spain ezyCommerce by SingPost Panorama by USPS Asendia’s cross-border e-commerce microsite

Environmental Achievement of the Year

United Parcel Service (UPS) Posten Norge (Norway Post) Swiss Post USPS

Last-mile delivery Innovation of the Year

Doddle, UK InPost’s Mobile Parcel Lockers RAY by Welltec Digital Mail Man by Prime Competence MyParcelApp by T-Systems CleverBox 2 by Cleveron

Business Development Innovation of the Year

Edfa3ly, Egypt wnDirect for wnCollect Integrated Service Points by Slovenská Pošta Royal Mail returns portal

Service Provider of the Year

DPDgroup Posten Norge (Norway Post) India Post Canada Post

Supplier of the Year

Fives Intralogistics, Italy Vanderlande Industries, Netherlands Metapack, UK

August 26, 2015

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