IPC sees growth in mail e-data exchange

The International Post Corporation (IPC) announced recently that its Future of Mail by Air (FoMbA) initiative has enabled the transition from paper delivery bills to an electronic method for 16 per cent of all the mail exchanged between postal operators and airlines on 127 routes worldwide in only one year. The achievement surpasses the 10 […]


The International Post Corporation (IPC) announced recently that its Future of Mail by Air (FoMbA) initiative has enabled the transition from paper delivery bills to an electronic method for 16 per cent of all the mail exchanged between postal operators and airlines on 127 routes worldwide in only one year. The achievement surpasses the 10 per cent target set for 2010 by six percentage points and has spurred FoMbA participants to agree to a 35 per cent target by March 2012.