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POST-EXPO 2014 in Sweden, Stockholm.

- 5 MIN READ - 07 Oct 2014

Messente team visited one of the largest postal services conference in Europe called POST-EXPO 2014 in Stockholm.

Almost 2,000 attendees from 73 countries, including Russia, Korea, Austria, USA, Belgium, UK, Uruguay, Poland and Finland, making it the most successful event in the postal industry.

As Messente is working with many fast expanding automated parcel service and postal companies in the the EU and Nordics, then it was the right place to have a meet-up with existing cooperation partners and also have a quick talk with new ones.

Old traditional postal service industry is also developing and innovating. This means more and more postal companies are introducing automated parcel service in their operating countries and markets. The main reasons behind this is that:

Messente has always specialized in high quality network operator connections. These type of connections are very good in case of sending time and business critical messages and as the cost of an undelivered message in automated parcel service is very high (everything from locker authentication PIN codes to reminders) then our cooperation partners have found us as a perfect business match in this industry.

 

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