APG Global secures major USPS contract

APG Global secures major USPS contract

APG Global has announced today that is has secured a major contract worth over $84m with the
United States Postal Service (USPS).
Through a recent tender exercise, USPS, who to date has only used established postal networks for
the delivery of their outbound international mail, awarded a significant contract to APG Global.
The USPS contract was awarded based on multiple factors comprising cost, service, business
reputation, operational and IT capability and covers over 32 countries, including Australia, Brazil,
Peru, and El Salvador. APG Global is now a subsidiary of the Jersey Post Global group of companies,
which also includes Australian-based network partner DAI Post. Based in Melbourne, DAI Post is an
Australasia and Singapore e-commerce logistics specialist and was another key element of the tender
process.

Leslie Foxhoven, APG Global CEO, stated, “We are delighted with the USPS contract win. We see this
not only as a major success for APG Global, but also the start of a fantastic opportunity for further
strategic growth. The contract offers APG and the Jersey Post Global Logistics group an excellent
opportunity to leverage the skills and expertise that now exist within our global partner network so
that we can continue to meet the changing demands of our national and international customers.”
Through this new contract, specialist parcel and logistics provider APG Global, will offer a range of
outbound commercial solutions including e-commerce, fulfilment and cross-border services,
international mail services, standard, express, and economy parcel services, global direct entry
wholesale services, freight forwarding and warehousing solutions.

It is anticipated that there will be a phased roll-out of services, starting in early August 2020. The
contract has an overall value of approximately $12m/annum, and the contract has been signed for
seven years.

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