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Episode 30 - Singapore Post's Rent-a-POP, and USPS financial results

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Episode 30 - Singapore Post's Rent-a-POP, and USPS financial results

Ian Kerr

Singapore Post recently launched Rent-a-POP, a service allowing retailers to rent a parcel locker directly from SingPost. Lim Ann Nee, Senior Vice President SP Parcels at Singapore Post, is my special guest. She talks about the existing parcel locker network (known as POPstations) and the new Rent-a-POP service, covering:

  • Singapore Post's current parcel locker network
  • Access hours for the POPstation network
  • What makes Rent-a-POP different to normal parcel locker operations
  • The success of the Rent-a-POP pilot
  • How the new system works
  • Integration with track-and-trace
  • How quickly customers collect parcels from the lockers 
  • Ability for other carriers to use Rent-a-POP lockers

Later on it’s time to turn the spotlight on the US Postal Service. In August USPS announced its quarterly and nine-month results. Audio from the press conference with USPS Postmaster General Megan Brennan and CFO Joe Corbett, covering:

  • Volume trends
  • Cost increases
  • Efficiencies gained
  • The loss of the exigent surcharge
  • Sunday parcel delivery

Listen to the podcast by clicking on the play button on the audio player above. You can also listen (and subscribe) to the podcast via iTunes.

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