The World Post & Parcel Awards celebrates the successes of the emerging talents in mail and express from the past year. This year’s shortlist showcases a host of progressive businesses. All have demonstrated their ability to adapt to change and embrace the opportunities presented by great upheaval in the industry.
The overall winners of the Awards will be announced at a gala presentation evening on Wednesday 7 June at L’Hotel du Collectionneur in Paris, which also plays host to the World Mail and Express Europe Conference, to be held from 6-8 June.
The shortlist for the 2017 World Post & Parcel Awards is:
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The winner of this prestigious award will be announced on the night. Last year’s winner was Herna Verhagen, the CEO of PostNL.
Tom Ross-Joannou, Triangle’s Managing Director of Media and Events, comments:
“We were delighted to see the increased interest in this years’ Awards. With well over 100 entries the judges were hard-pressed to choose a shortlist from such a fantastic range of entries. Our final shortlist can be justly proud that they represent some of the best talents that the mail and express industry has to offer.”
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