Last decade has been the most challenging one for Postal globally. It saw a sharp decline in its core mail business. While mail revenue share remains around 40 percent globally, the ratio of letters to parcels has declined from 13:1 in 2005 to 4:1 in 2015 and is expected to reach 1:1 parity by 2025.
United Parcel Service (UPS) is a leading courier service with one of the best logistics frameworks that helps them successfully deliver more than 20 million packages each day. For increased control and data analytics, the company has incorporated high-performance technology to streamline its package, tracking and delivery system. Here are some tips from the experts.
Route planning for a handful of drivers with a single digit number of stops can be done by solutions like Google Maps but the going gets complicated when you have more drivers or vehicles and stops above 50. Optimising route planning for stops above 10 also gets complicated just because of the number of variables involved. What’s the answer to this?
Covid has accelerated the need for delivery tracking and visibility by several years. National Posts and Postal networks have their work cut out to up the game and adopt technology. Read out LogiNext is helping National Posts across the globe.