20.000 extra mobile scanners for PostNL

The rise of e-commerce with significantly evolving consumer needs - from traceability, through speed to increased flexibility within deliveries – holds a number of challenges as well as opportunities for retailers and their logistic partners. To anticipate these challenges, PostNL recently added 20.000 extra mobile barcode scanners to their mobile fleet in order to boost the traceability of their deliveries. Thanks to this expansion, even the smallest parcels and letters are now real-time tracked and in sight, on their way to customers.

Moxx, together with PostNL is continuously working on growing an agile managed mobility concept, where the economy of scale is becoming especially important. These solutions enable the postal company to keep up with the rapid changes of e-logistics and to impress their customers with accurate and flexible deliveries.

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