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Are mail processes creating security weaknesses in your organisation?

Are mail processes creating security weaknesses in your organisation?

In offices and residential complexes, parcel deliveries can pose a number of inbound mail management issues. One of them is the necessity to keep personal information secure, which is something that can come under threat if parcels are stored in unsecured locations. Restricting access can be...
Retail market trends: leveraging parcel lockers to better meet customer preference

Retail market trends: leveraging parcel lockers to better meet customer preference

Having previously looked at the broad challenges and opportunities that ‘last mile delivery’ presents for organisations , and the more specific impacts it has on facilities and property management , here we look at the retail sector, and how online sales volumes and customer preferences directly...
Where's My Parcel?

Where’s my package?

As offices around the country experience an increase in parcel deliveries , tracking down items as they journey from post room to recipient can prove to be a challenge . With the holiday season (and the spike that causes in parcel volumes) fast approaching, it pays to consider ways to streamline...
What happens to your packages when you’re not at your desk?

What happens to your packages when you’re not at your desk?

Busy post rooms and staff awaiting parcels want all incoming mail to be delivered quickly and efficiently. When this happens, business can continue unimpeded by awaited items and the post room is kept clear of mail backlog.

Mail scanning: more than just detecting explosives and biohazards

When we hear of security incidents that involve suspicious packages, it usually relates to explosives or biological threats . Thankfully, these are extremely rare events. The use of scanning equipment can quickly identify such threats, reducing the risk of damage and injury – but routine use of...

Three types of organisations that could benefit most from parcel lockers

With the continuing rise in ecommerce and the general ease with which items can be sent and received by mail and by courier, organisations are having to manage ever growing quantities of parcels . Relying on manual processes to log, store and distribute packages piles pressure on already stretched...

Challenges and opportunities in last-mile delivery

Last-mile delivery is the final stage in the network of courier, express, and parcel companies (CEP) and an area that Neopost continuously researches. As the final component in internet retail for example, from the depot to the consumer, last-mile is the most labour-intensive, and therefore...

Introducing WTS for parcel and mail tracking

Despite an increase in inbound parcel volumes, many under-pressure post rooms have only manual methods for receiving and processing inbound mail . These methods can be time-consuming and frequently rely on error-prone paper records to record deliveries.

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