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Postal and Parcel Technology International

March 2023

The March 2023 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

Carbon insetting : A new approach to emissions reduction in the freight and logistics sectors is gaining momentum. Three leading firms share their carbon insetting journeys so far and reveal to Helen Norman why now is the time to discover the huge potential on offer​​​​​​​.

Australia Post : Paul Graham, group chief executive officer and managing director of Australia Post, talks to Hazel King about market challenges, investment plans and the importance of celebrating and supporting a diverse workforce.

Automation : William Xiong, Cainiao’s chief strategy officer and general manager of Southeast Asia and Europe, tells Hazel King how automation technology helped the company deliver more than 200 million parcels during singles day, improve employee conditions and address sustainability challenges​​​​​​​.

Parcel theft : As parcel theft numbers continue to rise, who is responsible for addressing the issue? Liz Morrell explores what carriers, retailers and consumers can do to reduce the risk of parcel theft or loss, and the technologies available to help.

Cross-border e-commerce : How important are SMEs to cross-border e-commerce delivery providers? Elizabeth Baker speaks to two logistics companies about their experiences and how they’re looking to capture this growing customer base.

Mail by rail : New projects in Germany and the UK are working on transporting more parcels via train for efficient and sustainable delivery. Are the rail networks flexible and vast enough to cater to consumers’ demands for fast and reliable shipment? Helen Norman finds out.

Business investments : Economic instability may be a cause for concern, but that’s not preventing logistics operators investing in their businesses this year. Where exactly will they be focusing their funds in 2023? Keri Allan investigates.



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