Ian Kerr

Ian Kerr

Amazon on Delivery and Fulfilment

Aug 3, 2017
My special guest is Rohit Sodha, Country leader Middle Europe for Transportation at Amazon. We spoke at the recent DELIVER event in Berlin.

Postal Hub Podcast- Inside the Returns and Reverse Logistics Business

May 3, 2017
Returns and reverse logistics, with Tony Sciarrotta from the Reverse Logistics Association

Online Shopping Shifts To Next-Day Delivery; Analysing Posts' Forays Into Logistics

Oct 12, 2016
Andrew Starkey from Spiral 4 / IMRG discusses recent research showing more online shoppers select express delivery compared to economy shipping.

Postal Hub Podcast-An Post Launches Post Logistics

Sep 27, 2016
An Post's Director of Mails, Liam O'Sullivan, joins me to discuss the soon-to-be-launched Post Logistics service.

Royal Mail and Missing People, and Amazon Prime Air

Sep 5, 2016
Royal Mail has partnered with UK charity Missing People. Royal Mail's Community Investment Manager, Gary Grange, joins me to explain how the partnership works. We cover:

Postal Hub Podcast- Self-Driving Trucks

Aug 3, 2016
How will self-driving trucks change the transport and logistics sector?

Millennials, Politics, And Direct Mail- Plus Australia Post's Joint Venture With Aramex

Jun 14, 2016
The US Postal Service recently released a report into how direct mail can be used to target millennial voters. Joining me to discuss this in depth is Brian G Denneny, the US Postal Service’s Executive Director of Sales.

Post Office Click-And-Collect

May 31, 2016
Parcel lockers might be the fashionable high-tech last-mile delivery solution, but postal operators all over the world are implementing a post office click-and-collect delivery option.

How Delivery Can Enhance The E-Commerce Experience

Feb 17, 2016
The first wave of e-commerce was about price, according to Temando CEO and co-founder Carl Hartmann. E-commerce's second wave is all about the customer experience.

Five Ways Postal Operations Can Profit From E-Commerce

Jan 12, 2016
Postal operators were in the right place at the right time when e-commerce started to take off earlier this century. Posts dominated the B2C parcel market in many countries, so it was natural that postal operators would benefit from e-commerce growth.

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