Australia Post

Australia Post may have a monopoly on the country’s letters business, but when it comes to parcel delivery, well that market is up for grabs. International players like Toll and FedEx as well as start-ups like Sendle are mounting a challenge to Australia Post’s parcel business forcing the company to


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When Australian online retailer Vinomofo launched its Singaporean operation before Christmas they filled their new warehouse with enough wine to last for two months. Or so they thought. A mere 48 hours after launch the company had all but sold out of its stock and needed to air freight more

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Logistics company, Toll Group, is making a play for the consumer parcel market, opening pop-up delivery hubs in three busy Westfield shopping centres. Rather than lining up at the Post Office, shoppers at the Westfield centres can arrange to have their packages delivered at the pop-up kiosks. The consumer-to-consumer parcel