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Australia Post has launched a new employment screening service – Workforce Verification – to offer employers a streamlined and efficient verification solution. Workforce Verification is a service that will conduct a range of screens, including identity, police and visa checks in one interface, making life easier for HR managers. Sign

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Australia Post is undertaking a large scale telecommunications transformation project, rolling out a series of upgrades to its expansive network to optimise performance for services across the country. With over 4,000 sites to be upgraded, Australia Post said it is ensuring facilities and post offices have the most up-to-date access

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Australia Post’s parcel business continues to grow but a decline in letters has dragged down the company’s half yearly profit. For the six months to December 31, 2018, AusPost made a profit before tax of $154 million, down 36 per cent year-on-year. Register now for Which-50’s Business of Chatbots webinar Letter

AusPost Electric vehicle, ecommerce, logistics, delivery

Australia Post will add 1,000 three-wheeled electric vehicles (eDVs) to its fleet to help cope with the increasing volume of parcels being delivered across Australia. Australia Post began trialling the vehicles in 2017 and has since deployed them in all states. The new order will make AusPost the nation’s largest

Start-up courier service Sendle has raised $20 million in a series b funding led by Federation with Full Circle Venture Capital, Rampersand and Giant Leap returning as investors. Sendle said the cash will be used to begin to exploring international markets and accelerate growth locally, as part of its ongoing

Australia Post is taking full ownership of ecommerce delivery platform Aramex Global Solutions (AGS) to boost its international ecommerce capabilities.   AGS provides end-to-end cross-border logistics solutions to a portfolio of global ecommerce merchants. It was established as a joint venture between the AusPost and Dubai-based logistics company Aramex two

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More Australians are turning to online shopping to buy their Christmas gifts, spending an average of $200 each. Australian shoppers are expected to buy 30 per cent more gifts online this Christmas compared with last year, according to new Australia Post research. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The

Australia Post, parcel, delivery, Christmas

Online shoppers kept Australia’s posties busy in December with Australia Post recording the biggest month in its 209 year history. Throughout December AusPost delivered 37 million parcels, that’s 20 per cent more deliveries per day compared to last year. In the week before Christmas 11 million parcels were delivered by