According to Der Spiegel, the very first multi-label parcel shop in Germany opened its doors in Hamburg. Here, DPD, GLS, Hermes, and UPS are united in a parcel shop where consumers can pick up or drop off their packages for any of these logistics companies. One of the most important aims of the shop is to reduce the traffic to pick-up points in the city and to reduce pollution.
Now in its third decade, Leaders in Logistics: Post & Parcel Europe (previously European Post & Parcel Services) gathers 250+ industry giants from national posts and couriers around the world to share knowledge and best practice in order to survive in the evolving world of delivery. Comprising two forums, the Innovation in Operations day and the Post & Parcel
This article previously was published in Cross-Border Magazine Proudly founded in Singapore, HipVan is creating affordable furniture and home decoration for its customers. Inspired by the problem that in Singapore, there were limited furnishing options, high retail mark-ups and (a lot of) low quality products, HipVan seeks to help their customers build a stylish home they will
In order to allow for a dedicated focus on the Post and Parcel business in Germany and to leverage the tremendous growth opportunities in the e-commerce sector, Deutsche Post-DHL (DP-DHL) Group decided to refocus the Post-eCommerce-Parcel division (PeP-division) in Germany. The new business will be named Post & Paket Deutschland. The international parcel and e-commerce
Rijk van Meekeren is all about pushing boundaries. His eyes start to sparkle whenever he sees an opportunity to do things a better way. It's part of his drive to develop and implement products and solutions for innovative organisations. A true entrepreneurial spirit, he founded B2C Europe together with Jose Vega in 2000. In the sixth edition of the Cross-Border Magazine, we