NeX Appointed as Thematic Chapter Rapporteurs for e-Commerce within the UPU

NeX Appointed as Thematic Chapter Rapporteurs for e-Commerce within the UPU

We are more than happy to announce that NeX eCommerce has been appointed as the thematic chapter Rapporteurs for e-Commerce within the Consultative Committee (CC) of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).

This prestigious appointment marks a significant milestone for NeX and is a fantastic opportunity for collaboration that will benefit all our members immensely. As Rapporteurs, we will play a crucial role in helping postal operators grow their businesses and strategically utilize their data, contributing to the seamless and efficient operations across 192 countries.

Together with GS1 and Fibre, we will set new standards that enable all UPU members to work more effectively. This collaboration underscores our commitment to fostering a cooperative environment that drives innovation and efficiency in the global postal and e-commerce sectors.

This collaboration will allow NeX members to get access to all global UPU members and with it, access to last mile options to almost every angle of the world.

We look forward to working alongside other esteemed rapporteurs and chairs, including:

  • ¬†Ship2MyID
  • Ecommerce Europe
  • UNI Global Union
  • Lars Karlsson (Maersk)
  • Zonos
  • Geomain Inc.
  • Logistic-natives e.V.
  • GS1 Switzerland

We are also pleased to recognize the involvement of our members Hurricane Modular Commerce Ltd and our partner Mail Americas in the CC. We are confident that many more NeX members will join us in this exciting journey. Please contact your NeX contact if you are interested to join the consultative committee.

This appointment reaffirms our belief in the power of collaboration. We are eager to contribute to and learn from this vibrant community, driving forward the standards and practices that will shape the future of e-commerce and postal services.

Thank you for your continued support. Together, we are poised to achieve remarkable successes.

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