Postal Technology International Awards 2015 winners announced!

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The winners of this year’s Postal Technology International Awards have been announced at an exclusive ceremony held at Post-Expo in Paris. The awards recognize the hard work currently taking place in the postal industry to ensure that operators remain relevant in today’s highly competitive sector.

The ceremony, which was held on Tuesday September 29 at Post-Expo Paris, saw DPDgroup pick up the coveted Service Provider of the Year award and Vanderlande triumph in the Supplier of the Year category. Over the past year both companies have been extremely successful, with DPDgroup embarking on ambitious expansion plans and Vanderlande posting a record turnover.

Other winners include Prime Competence, which picked up the Last Mile Delivery Innovation of the Year award for its Digital Mail Man app, which aims to improve last mile delivery for both the mail carrier and the operator. SingPost picked up the Digital Innovation of the Year award for its ezyCommerce solution, which provides SMEs with all the services they need to sell online and deliver to consumers. Meanwhile, Edfa3ly triumphed in the Business Development Innovation of the Year category with its solution to enable people in Egypt to order goods from different countries and then have them delivered to their doorstep.

The Environmental Achievement of the Year Award went to Posten Norge and recognized the post’s commitment to reducing its CO2 emissions through the purchase and use of electric vehicles. Finally, the Parcel Handling Innovation of the Year Award was given to Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics (SPPAL) for its new Label Learning software, which enables postal sorting centers to quickly adapt to new parcel label layouts.

To read the full report on this year’s Postal Technology International Awards winners, click here.

September 29, 2015

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