Mail industry should prepare for the changing landscape.
Speaking at this year’s Mail and Express Delivery Show, Mark Bigley, Chief Executive of Secured Mail, shared his thoughts and experience on future prospects for the mail industry.
“Talking about the future of mail from an operator’s perspective, Bigley is no stranger to adapting a business for success. Secured Mail has seen its turnover increase from £600k in 2006 to over £50million in 2011 and was last year ranked second in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100. It operates nationally, using the RoyalMail to deliver the ‘final mile’ with clients including Amazon, Centrica and American Express,” writes Hellmail.
“The MEDS show is a great platform to speak to other colleagues across the industry and the customers we provide our services to,” he added.
The Mail & Express Delivery Show is a unique forum that brings together operators, shippers, industry suppliers and high volume generators of post and parcels. 300 delegates from theUKpost and parcels industry took part at the 2011 event.
MEDS 2012 to
ok place inLondonon 13th June at the QEII Conference Centre. MEDS tackles the key issues in the market, with a high profile range of industry speakers and an accompanying showcase exhibition.
Mail volumes fall, shifting focus from B2B to B2C, international parcels market, prices, environmental pressures on deliveries and this year’s London Olympics impact on deliveries were all important subjects at this year’s MEDS.
The falling letter volumes forced several international postal companies to launch digital mailbox services.