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Paul Willis examines how the postal sector is at the forefront of the drive to cut carbon emissions and reduce man-made climate change

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

Paul Bray takes a close look at the future of direct mail and whether there is any truth behind its predicted demise

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.

 Although the impending privatisation of the UK’s Royal Mail has been openly discussed for some time, it did come as a surprise to some in the sector to hear the true extent of their financial difficulties. Surely this is going to deter would-be investors unless the organisation has a clear strategy to present outlining how it intends to become more profitable?