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Postal Technology International Awards 2016

CLICK HERE to view the Postal Technology International Awards 2016 WINNERS



The Postal Technology International Awards are designed to recognize and reward all the hard work currently taking place in the postal industry. The awards cover various areas of the industry and nominations can be put forward by anyone working in the sector.



The categories are:

  • Sorting Center Innovation of the Year
  • Digital Innovation of the Year
  • Environmental Achievement of the Year
  • Delivery Innovation of the Year
  • New Business Diversification of the Year
  • Supplier of the Year
  • Service Provider of the Year


CLICK HERE for more details on each category

The judging panel for the awards is made up of major decision makers within the world’s posts. Organizations represented include DHL, La Poste France, Austrian Post, SingPost, Asendia, Canada Post, An Post, Swiss Post and Australia Post, among others.

The results of the 2016 awards have been announced exclusively in the Postal Technology International Showcase, click here to view the magazine

For more information please contact: Helen Norman, Awards Coordinator, helen.norman@ukimediaevents.com.


Click here to view previous winners of the Postal Technology International Awards

Video Exclusives


PostNord delivers parcels into customers' homes

Nordic postal operator PostNord has partnered with Swedish lock manufacturer Assa Abloy to offer customers a new service where parcels can be delivered inside their door (full story here).

Customers who posses a digital lock, such as the Yale Doorman, can register for the service, which provides PostNord delivery personnel with a one-time code enabling them to enter the property and place the parcel inside. To view a video of the indoor delivery service, click on the link below.

19 April, 2017


Swiss Post trial drone delivery between hospitals

The Swiss Post, the Ticino hospital network EOC and drone manufacturer Matternet successfully carried out the first drone flights in Lugano. In the near future, they hope to transport laboratory samples between two EOC hospitals in the Swiss city.

To read more about the initiative, click here.

11 April, 2017

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