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Dean Maciuba, Managing Partner North America at Last Mile Experts, discusses FedEx Extra Hours and what it means for next-day delivery. We also cover FedEx’s expansion of out-of-home delivery options.
Was the US Postal Task Force report a bit . . . underwhelming? Mark Fallon, CEO and President of the Berkshire Company, shares his analysis of this much-awaited yet disappointing report.
Dean Maciuba and Marek Różycki from Last Mile Experts join me to continue our review of the big developments in the postal and delivery sectors during 2018. Cathy Morrow Roberson from Logistics Trends & Insights shares her take on the year in air cargo.
Dean Maciuba and Marek Różycki from Last Mile Experts join me to review the big developments in the postal and delivery sectors during 2018. In part 1, we cover grocery delivery, cross-border e-commerce, environment and sustainability, city logistics, and quite a bit more.
Garrett Bridgeman, Managing Director Mails & Parcels at An Post, discusses An Post’s plan to eliminate carbon emissions. We also cover An Post’s preparations and predictions for peak season.
E-commerce fulfilment start-up Fulfilio (backed by Australia Post) is enabling fast e-commerce delivery. Mathew Galt, CEO and founder of Fulfilio, shares insights into how Fulfilio operates and its deal with eBay.
Informed Delivery is growing in the USA… but what exactly is this service from the US Postal Service? Mark Fallon, CEO and President of the Berkshire Company, gives us an update. Also: some brief comments from USPS PMG Megan Brennan on USPS full-year financial results.
If we were to invent an e-commerce delivery model Could the Chinese e-commerce delivery model work in the West? Juan Sotolongo, Senior Partner at 722 Consulting, shares his perspectives.
The STOP Act targets opioids in the mail, and it will have a profound impact on the US Postal Service and cross-border parcels. Kate Muth, Executive Director at IMAG, shares the background to the legislation and what it will mean in practice.
Marshall Hughes, co-founder and CEO of delivery start-up Passel, discusses the art of same-day delivery. When is crowd-sourcing not crowd-sourcing? And how can same-day delivery be executed without a dedicated delivery fleet?
Expert analysis and opinion on the USA’s decision to leave the UPU. Anna Möller Boivie, Managing Director at Copenhagen Economics (Stockholm) outlines the USA’s options, then Richard Wishart gives his opinion on the UPU’s role and the need for reform.
UPS is expanding capacity and increasing customer delivery options in the last mile. Cathy Morrow Roberson (Logistics Trends & Insights) pores over the details. Also: the USA has filed divorce papers with the UPU… but will parcel carriers be the real winners? Dean Maciuba (Last Mile Experts) spoke with me in the immediate aftermath of the USA’s announcement.
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