Winners for the World Post & Parcel Awards 2021 announced

Winners for the World Post & Parcel Awards 2021 announced

Many congratulations to the 10 World Post & Parcel Awards winners for 2021!

Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, sadly for the second time we were unable to celebrate in style at the annual black-tie gala dinner (here’s hoping for 2022!)

Winners were announced in our virtual winners announcement hosted by TV Director Nadia Dunn, on Tuesday 08 June. This year’s winners were as follows:

Corporate Social Responsibility, sponsored by Jersey Post Global Logistics
Winner: Correos for their Helping in Any Way We Can Initiative

Cross Border Growth
Winner: PostEurop for its COG-LO Project

Customer Service sponsored by Scurri
Winner: Australia Post for the Happy Parcels Interface

Innovation sponsored by Palletways
Winner: Metapack for their Delivery Tracker System

On Demand Delivery, sponsored by Post&
Winner: Doddle for Partering with Japan’s Leading Carrier, Yamato

Philatelic Campaign of the Year sponsored by MER
Winner: CTT for their Graphene Implant Stamp

Postal E-Commerce sponsored by PostEurop
Winner: Correos for the “Correos Market” marketplace

Startup sponsored by Pitney Bowes
Winner: Digicust GmbH for their Supply Chain and Customs AI

Winner: Leopard Systems for their “Leopard Cube” Dimensional Cubing Solution

Industry Leadership sponsored by Honeywell
Winner: Peter Somers, Chief Executive Officer at Emirates Post

Congratulations again to all of our winners and a huge thank you to all of our entrants this year.

Applications for The World Post & Parcel Awards 2022 will open in November.

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