September 25, 2017

Get Your Postal Infrastructure Back on Track at Post Expo 2017

E-commerce is booming. E-tailers are providing posts and delivery companies with a major part of their revenues, but with fierce competition for online delivery, e-tailers want more from their carriers than low prices and expedited deliveries. Visibility is becoming a prime focus for e-tailers, offering their customers the ability to track their purchases throughout the supply chain.

Those carriers that can offer tracking, from collection right through to the delivery at the front door, are becoming the most preferred carriers for e-tailers who want to offer their customers better flexibility, increased visibility and extra delivery options, but this poses a challenge to existing postal infrastructures.

At POST Expo 2017, Geneva, September 26-28, Lyngsoe Systems are on hand to show how postal and delivery companies can get their business back on track. With over 40 years of experience within Postal Logistics, we can provide the solution to a rising demand for increased visibility thanks to our RFID technology.


With an upgraded RFID infrastructure, you get full visibility throughout the postal flow on both deliveries and returns, allowing you to offer additional services such as flexible delivery on the customers’ terms. Furthermore, our e-commerce RFID tracking solutions work within existing IT infrastructures, allowing easy and undisruptive implementation.

Utilize the opportunities of RFID and become a preferred partner for the world's leading e-tailers. Our experts look forward to meeting you at POST Expo 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland, September 26-28, booth #5070 or book a meeting to discuss how we can help upgrade your existing infrastructure and get your business back on track.

Read more about Lyngsoe Systems RFID tracking solutions here

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