Category Archive for: ‘Parcel News’

Archive Archive for the 'Parcel News' Category


Parcel Sorting Demand Fuels NPI Expansion

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Fort Worth, TX – NPI, a prominent manufacturer of sorting systems in the mailing and parcel industry, today announces completion of expansion to their corporate headquarters. The expansion was implemented to create additional manufacturing space in order to accommodate continuing growth and future market development plans. With its innovative product line, NPI has become a leader in the commercial sorter manufacturing business within in the United States. “With the continued growth in the parcel industry, I found it necessary to


NPI’s exclusive interview with kathy ireland®

Worldwide Business with kathy ireland®: See NPI Introduce Their Revolutionary Automation Technology Products – Xstream, Developed to Meet E-Commerce Shipping Demands Tune in to Fox Business Network as sponsored programming and Bloomberg International on Sunday, October 29, 2017. See market-by-market listings below. Los Angeles, CA – October 24, 2017 — Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® is pleased to announce an exclusive interview with NPI Chief Operating Offficer Brent Daboub, who will discuss the company’s innovative mail and parcel sorting. Since

Newgistics SmartLabel+

Newgistics introduces SmartLabel+

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Newgistics demonstrates their new SmartLabel+ at IRCE 2017 in Chicago, IL. Watch the video to learn about how SmartLabel+ can help you save money while making your customers happier.


Dim weight changes mean more rate pain ahead

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The latest chapter in the multiyear rate squeeze applied to parcel shippers by FedEx Corp. and UPS Inc. was written last week when FedEx changed the formula used to calculate prices for all its U.S. air and ground deliveries. The narrative, though, will remain the same as in the prior chapters: Large shippers will mostly skate by, while smaller shippers will pay more. Memphis-based FedEx announced Tuesday that it would shrink the “volumetric divisor” used to calculate dimensions of the