Parcel Delivery Digest: latest insights of the parcel delivery industry

Welcome to Kardinal’s Parcel Delivery Digest, a weekly news digest about last mile delivery industry from various sources.

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La Poste in the process of selling its Stuart delivery platform to a German company

Assuring that it had not “succeeded in integrating Stuart into its operational model”, La Poste Group confirmed that it had received a buyout offer from the investment company Mutares, a transaction that could be finalized “before the end of 2023”.

UPS Acquires Healthcare Logistics Unit of Transports Chabas Santé

UPS has acquired Transports Chabas Santé's French pharma cold storage and transport unit, enhancing its global healthcare logistics capabilities with temperature-controlled transportation solutions in Southern France, including seven facilities, 60 team members, and over 40 vehicles.

New player in pan-Baltic parcel delivery market

LP EXPRESS, parcel delivery network by Lithuanian Post, will install around 300 parcel lockers in Latvia and Estonia. They will start operating in March 2024 – it will be possible to send and receive a parcel both inside Latvia and Estonia and across all the three Baltic states via LP EXPRESS network.

European Parliament reevaluates heavy-duty vehicles CO2 regulations

For trucks, the target remains 30% for 2030–2034, as set by the current legislation. However, the target from 2040 onwards has been reduced from 90% to 75%, with exceptions for certain high-capacity and oversized vehicles over 40 tonnes or 18.75 meters long.

Eurodis now offers international transport to and from Greece and Cyprus

Eurodis, one of Europe’s leading combi-freight networks for parcels and pallets, partners with Geniki Taxydromiki for an international transport service in Greece and Cyprus, expanding its European road network to 38 countries.

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