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Sendle Launches Two-Day Package Delivery Service

Supply Chain Brain

Through the service, Sendle offers to deliver packages anywhere in the U.S. in two business days or less.

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Amazon Planning Drone Package Deliveries in the U.K., Italy

Supply Chain Brain

The retail giant said October 18 that it will introduce autonomous aircraft delivery in the U.K. and Italy by late 2024.

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The Rebound Podcast: What’s ahead for small package delivery

247 Customs Broker

The Rebound: What’s ahead for small package delivery E-commerce is heating up! Listen in as Alan Amling discusses the future of small package delivery. On… The post The Rebound Podcast: What’s ahead for small package delivery appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

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Small Package-Delivery Companies Grow as Businesses Seek Alternatives to UPS, FedEx

Supply Chain Brain

Regional and other carriers still have less than 10% of the U.S. market, but the share is growing.

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Watch: New Package Delivery Strategies for E-Commerce Brands

Supply Chain Brain

Capacity, reliability and cost containment are the most important factors in successful e-commerce delivery, says Rob Glover, vice president of sales at OSM Worldwide.

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Size Does Matter: Wing Reveils New Delivery Drones

Logistics Matter

In the case of package deliveries by drone size definitely matters. That is why drone delivery company WING presented various new prototypes of their drone. A Drone for Every Package Drone delivery is really taking off in some areas around the world. Sometimes size does matter.

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Is this the future of package delivery?

Logistics at MPEPS at UPV

On April 25th amazon announced their new partnership with Volvo and General Motors regarding package delivery. Why did amazon started this partnership and what is the concept behind this way of delivery and even more important can this new concept become a standard in package delivery, anyway amazon believes in it!