New Zealand Post stories
Norton declares Cyber Safety Sunday to safeguard online shopping
Norton proclaims 'Cyber Safety Sunday' to promote online safety measures amid anticipated increase in holiday cyber attacks.
Online shopping up 31% this quarter - NZ Post report
Online shopping spending in New Zealand for Q1 2022 is up 31% YoY and a whopping 86% YoY, according to the NZ Post eCommerce Spotlight report.
NZ Post, Aramex expect delays during alert level changes
NZ Post and Aramex are expecting major delays in their delivery times following the change in alert levels across the country from today.
NZ Post takes 50% stake in logistics firm Supply Chain Solutions
NZ Post will also shut down its Contract Logistics third-party logistics business by the end of June next year.
NZ social procurement platform boosts social enterprise
The online platform bridges the gap between social enterprises and potential buyers.
EVworld highlights: It’s back and bigger than ever
The growth of the EV community in NZ is made evident by the scale of the event this year.
Alibaba, Fonterra turn to blockchain to ramp up NZ's 'clean, green' rep
Alibaba is piloting a blockchain-based supply chain model in Australia and New Zealand to improve traceability and transparency.
James Shaw, electric cars & the winners of the 2017 Sustainable Business Awards
New Zealand Post wins top award at the NZI Sustainable Business Awards 2017, recognising its commitment to sustainability.
Ākina Foundation wins AUT Business Support Award
The award recognises organisations that deliver quality products and services to help businesses maximise their endeavours.
NZ Post commits to supporting social enterprise
NZ Post is committing to purchase goods and services from at least three social enterprises over the next 12 months.
New Zealand Post plans to expand its fleet with electric vans
With assistance from the EECA, New Zealand Post will purchase five electric vans...
Trans-Tasman A-team: Aussie company wins NZ Post contract
The born-in-the-cloud Oracle partner has a workforce of over 100, and surprisingly, has only been in business since the beginning of 2016.
Harnessing logistics and storage as a competitive advantage
NZ Post will host showcases to talk about how they can help New Zealand businesses grow.
NZ Post fuels growth with MuleSoft partnership
New Zealand Post teams up with MuleSoft to enhance its growth plan with the launch of a Developer Resource Centre powered by the Anypoint Platform.
NZ Post launches courier app aimed at SMBs
At Pace is specifically targeted at tradespeople who often need supplies delivered at short notice, NZ Post says.
NZ Post increased 1H profit 41%, helped by Kiwibank, sale of courier unit
New Zealand Post, the state-owned mail delivery service, increased first-half profit 41 percent after selling its Australian Couriers Please business.
NZ Post makes further cuts as internet and social media slowly kills it
Consumers switching to internet, email and social media for everything from paying bills to sending birthday greetings and keeping in touch.
NZ Post to extend trial of mobility scooters to cut costs of mail, freight deliveries
New Zealand Post is to extend a trial of customised mobility scooters that allow posties to deliver both parcels and letters, helping the state-own.
Kiwi start up Ora announces first winners of Dreams grants
The inaugural winners of the Ora Dreams grants have showcased innovation and entrepreneurship to help them get to where they are today.
Cloud-based start up Ora to help Kiwi small businesses with growth
Ora is a software platform designed to help SMEs grow by providing business owners with access to a range of tools and access to its business partners.
NZ Post accuses Yellow of online 'brand-jacking'
Localist, NZ Post's upcoming Auckland directory service, says Yellow has created 'phoney' web addresses and 'brand-jacking' Localist's trademark.
Direct mail made easy online
Direct mail can be an invaluable component of a successful marketing campaign.