Daily Archives: February 1, 2017

Mach 1 Global Services Announces Opening of Second Bay Area Facility

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San Leandro, California – February 1, 2017
Mach 1 Global Services, a provider of International and Domestic Transportation and Logistics services, announced today that the move into their facility in San Leandro is complete and the terminal is now fully operational. The expansion into the state-of-the-art facility gives Mach 1 their second location in the San Francisco Bay Area, bringing the total footprint for the local market to over 85,000 square feet.

The facility is a 3PL operation serving as a dedicated client warehouse and distribution center. Mach 1’s new facility is located in the heart of San Leandro at 750 139th Avenue and offers full Logistics and Fulfillment solutions – including receiving, storing, pick and pack and overall warehouse operations.

Read more at mach1global.com

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AIT Worldwide Logistics’ Miami Office Relocates to Expanded Facility

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ITASCA, ILLINOIS (February 1, 2017) – AIT Worldwide Logistics has announced the imminent relocation of its Miami office to a new facility. A number of enhancements at the upgraded location will lend support to AIT-Miami’s growing customer base.

With 15,000 square feet of warehouse space combined with 2,000 square feet of office space, the new facility is triple the size of the previous location. To meet the demands of AIT-Miami’s thriving local and gateway operations, the expanded office is scaled to accommodate growth with amenities including a conference room and a larger parking lot.

Read more at aitworldwide.com

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Royal Mail introduces labels to go, a self-service mobile returns solutions

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Royal Mail has announced new plans to make it easier for consumers to post and return parcels at Customer Service Points in Delivery Offices nationwide.

From April 2017, customers will be able to print off delivery and return labels at all of Royal Mail’s 1,200 Customer Service Points.

  • Royal Mail is making it easier for consumers to post or return parcels at Customer Service Points in Delivery Offices nationwide.
  • From April 2017, customers will be able to print off delivery and return labels from their mobile phones at all of Royal Mail’s 1,200 Customer Service Points.
  • With the new self-service solution, Labels to Go, customers returning items online or buying online postage will receive an email containing a unique QR code.  When scanned at a Customer Service Point,    the QR code produces a postage label which can be applied to the parcel.
  • Currently, customers returning items using the Royal Mail Returns Portal or buying postage online using Click and Drop are required to print the postage label at home.
  • Customers will benefit from the convenience of being able to print postage labels and post their parcels at the same time. This saves time and money as they do not need to have a printer at home.
  • This is part of a range of initiatives designed to make it easier for customers to send and receive parcels at a convenient time and place.

Royal Mail has announced new plans to make it easier for consumers to post and return parcels at Customer Service Points in Delivery Offices nationwide.

From April 2017, customers will be able to print off delivery and return labels at all of Royal Mail’s 1,200 Customer Service Points.

Read more at royalmailgroup.com

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