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Michael Holt, FedEx Express senior vice president operations Europe, talks to Postal Technology International about the company’s success in the air freight business and its plans for the future

Dr. Franklin Ali PhD, Chairman, Trinidad & Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost), explains how changing customer demands and technology developments might spell the end of the Universal Postal Service

Augmented reality could revolutionize the way postal services handle, sort and deliver mail. But will postal services be able to adapt to this strange new technology? Richard N Williams finds out

Act now or risk being left behind. That’s the advice from industry experts regarding the use of big data in the postal industry. 

To truly exceed in the e-commerce world, should postal operators develop partnerships with e-retailers? Liz Morrell finds out

In a carrier market that can be clearly differentiated by the quality of service on offer, Neil Jackson, chief executive, Triangle Management Services, calls on retailers to use growing insight into what constitutes the total cost of delivery, from late to lost goods, returns to complaints handling, and pay for a service that will truly reflect customer expectation.

Due to new technologies, especially in the field of batteries, and to the need to tackle climate change, we now see a true fresh start to the use of electric vans all over the world. This is particularly true in the postal sector, with operators wishing to cut their CO2 emissions through the use of electric vans as well as electric delivery tricycles or bicycles.

Postal services play a key role in many countries, providing access to basic communication and transaction services. Public postal operators are among the largest employers and most trusted retail network operators in each country, generating hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue.