Nexive, PostNL’s postal business in Italy, has launched a new digital-physical communications service for small businesses.
Canada Post has formed a new partnership to make it easier for large companies to make use of its digital mail service, epost.
New Zealand Post is set to take on three Boeing 737-400 freighter aircraft to boost its overnight delivery services for packets and parcels.
La Poste Group has selected Paris-based software firm Weborama to provide a data management platform to digitise its advertising and customer data system.
Austrian Post has bought a 60% stake in an Internet portal for special offers and retail promotions, for an undisclosed amount.
Swiss Post has said it is looking to expand its position in the healthcare market through its digital communications technology.
Emirates Post has signed an agreement with the government of the United Arab Emirates to allow customers to buy and recharge e-Dirham cards at post offices.
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