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Home Delivery World Project Director Daniel Reiss on B2B Nation podcast: Listen now

Home Delivery World Project Director Daniel Reiss on B2B Nation podcast: Listen now

Our Project Director Daniel Reiss went on the B2B Nation podcast to talk about globalization, white glove trends, drones, and more. He also gives B2B Nation’s Josh Bland a preview of the upcoming Home Delivery World West event in San Diego this August 31 and September 1. Interested in delivery? Want more information on Home […]

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Call for Guest Writers – Home Delivery World 2016

Call for Guest Writers – Home Delivery World 2016

Call for Guest Writers This opportunity is open to all would-be commentators from all corners of the home delivery industry – from students, bloggers and journalists, to researchers and academics. Join us at the Home Delivery World 2016 for 2 days in Atlanta and work with our writers to cover #HomeDeliveryW and place your work infront […]

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Download ProShip’s whitepaper on turning shipping into a competitive advantage

Written by on February 23, 2016 in business models, delivery, distribution, lockers with 0 Comments
Download ProShip’s whitepaper on turning shipping into a competitive advantage

ProShip, Inc., a Neopost company, is a global provider of enterprisewide shipping and manifesting software solutions. Installed at customer sites around the world, the ProShip® Product Suite: Offers the fastest, most carrier-compliant services in the industry. Seamlessly integrates with host systems and warehouse technologies. Features a unified shipping process for mid- to high-volume shippers. Reliable, scalable, proven software is […]

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The future of delivery: Robots, drones, lockers

The future of delivery: Robots, drones, lockers

60+ of the industry’s leading solutions providers are gathering at Home Delivery World 2016 to talk about the future of the industry, and they are bringing their groundbreaking technologies with them. We’ve got some of the leading robots, drones, and lockers that will be delivering your products tomorrow, and you can check it all out for free. […]

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Porch Pirates – the Scourge of Home Delivery

Written by on December 4, 2015 in delivery, lockers with 0 Comments
Porch Pirates – the Scourge of Home Delivery

“Porch piracy” is occurring around the country and is growing rapidly as shopping habits change (NOLA.com) It’s that time of the year where online shopping soars, and as it seems so do the profits of thieves snatching packages from front porches and doorsteps. These so called “porch pirates” have become the scourge of home delivery […]

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Luxer One’s Arik Levy on how lockers are revolutionizing the future of delivery

Written by on May 22, 2015 in lockers, Reports with 0 Comments
Luxer One’s Arik Levy on how lockers are revolutionizing the future of delivery

Arik Levy of Luxer One: How lockers are revolutionizing the future of delivery for modern customers Arik Levy is the Founder of Laundry Locker®, Drop Locker® and his latest venture Luxer. Upon entering the technology industry almost a decade ago, Levy has revolutionized the use of 24-hour, self-service lockers with a successful business-to-consumer platform, tackling […]

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Apex Supply Chain Technologies’s Kent Savage on selecting an automated locker partner

Written by on May 15, 2015 in Featured Videos, lockers, Reports with 0 Comments
Apex Supply Chain Technologies’s Kent Savage on selecting an automated locker partner

Kent Savage, Founder and CEO of Apex Supply Chain Technologies: Things to think about when selecting an automated locker partner and the lessons learned from the first billion transactions Kent Savage, Founder and CEO of Apex Supply Chain Technologies, is a serial entrepreneur, inventor and investor. Widely recognized as international expert in the field of […]

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e-Commerce Delivering On Digital Promises with InPost

Written by on March 17, 2015 in eCommerce, lockers, Reports with 1 Comment
e-Commerce Delivering On Digital Promises with InPost

Digital environments can be transformed instantaneously but the pace at which e-commerce has changed the way the world buys and sells is truly startling. In 2010 global e-commerce sales were worth more than $0.5-trillion. Forecasts for 2015 are more than three times that figure. E-commerce isn’t just stealing market share from traditional brick-and-mortar retail but […]

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InPost on converting clicks into parcels

Written by on March 11, 2015 in e-commerce, lockers, Reports with 0 Comments
InPost on converting clicks into parcels

In 2015, business-to-consumer e-commerce sales are expected to exceed $1.7-trillion globally with strong growth forecasts for the foreseeable future (source: eMarketer, January, 2014). However, as sales volumes rise and consumers order from increasingly remote sellers, the challenge of getting from a click to a pick-up point in a way that satisfies e-consumers high expectations becomes […]

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Important Lessons to Learn From InPost’s Rafal Brzoska

Written by on February 6, 2015 in delivery, lockers with 0 Comments
Important Lessons to Learn From InPost’s Rafal Brzoska

The following blog is based on an article originally published by Matthew Tukaki here on January 18, 2015. When seeking out the fastest growing industries in Europe, Rafal Brzoska, founder of InPost, is a name that will undoubtedly pop up. It’s true that postal services all over the world have been suffering due to a […]

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InPost: What’s Not Trending, But Should Be

Written by on February 6, 2015 in business models, distribution, lockers with 0 Comments
InPost: What’s Not Trending, But Should Be

This blog is based on an interview conducted by Gwen Ifill originally published here on January 15, 2015. Gwen Ifill, Moderator and Managing Editor of “Washington Week” and co-anchor and managing editor for “The PBS NEWSHOUR w/ Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff”, is well-acquainted with covering those news items that may not be “trending”, but […]

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Don’t Yet Know About InPost? You Should.

Written by on February 4, 2015 in delivery, eCommerce, lockers, Supply Chain Management with 0 Comments
Don’t Yet Know About InPost? You Should.

This blog post is based on an article originally published by Emily Cadei here on January 8, 2015. Growing up in Poland after the fall of communism, Rafał Brzoska, CEO and Owner of InPost, was well-acquainted with what it was like working against unfavorable odds. While many in his position would’ve gotten discouraged, Rafal just […]

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