Neopost exhibiting at Parcel and Post Expo 2019
Next month, Neopost will be exhibiting once again at the Parcel and Post Expo in Amsterdam. The event, which is taking place between 1st October – 3rd October at the RAI Amsterdam, is the world’s leading international postal and parcel industry exhibition. You’ll be able to find Neopost at Stand 1665.
In Amsterdam, this year, visitors will have the opportunity to see the latest innovations and technologies driving the industry forward. In this exhibition hall, will be the largest collection of brand-new technology from autonomous vehicles to parcel drones, and from sorting centre robots, to the largest cross-border solutions. With more than 3,500 visitors expected, Parcel and Post Expo will once again be the must-attend packaging show of the year.
Pop by and see us at Stand 1665
This year, Neopost welcomes you to stand 1665, where we will be exhibiting our mail, shipping, tracking and digital solutions. On stand we’ll be showing our IX-5 franking machine, which is an ideal solution for medium-sized businesses seeking to process their outgoing mail and packages more efficiently.
We’ll also be demonstrating our Packcity parcel lockers, and our track and trace WTS solution. Neopost’s Web Tracking System (WTS) is a turnkey solution that provides the tools you need to automate and manage your operations. Whether it is by tracking the chain of custody of inbound packages or managing the logistics of your business assets, WTS by Neopost gives you the visibility you need to simplify and better manage processes in your organisation.
Whether it’s equipment, software or general guidance on managing communications you’re after, the Neopost team will be on-hand to discuss your mailing and fulfilment needs. Come along and see us; we’d love to have a chat!
You can register for the Parcel and Post Expo here: https://www.parcelandpostexpo.com/en/. We look forward to seeing you there!
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