IPC Online Shopper Survey

The IPC Online Shopper Survey looks into the delivery preferences and experiences of frequent cross-border online shoppers, who have bought physical goods online at least once in the last three months. 

GPIR2015 Key Findings

IPC Global Postal Industry Report 2015 - Key findings

This report provides a distillation of the data and analysis included in the 2015 IPC Global Postal Industry Report. This summary includes an overview of the main trends in the postal industry, as well as charts and commentary adapted from the full IPC Global Postal Industry Report. This edition of the key findings report contains a broad range of analyses across key areas such as mail and parcels performance, corporate responsibility and innovation and highlights global trends within the postal industry.

Sustainability in the postal industry

In the November 2015 special dossier, IPC focuses on sustainability. Coinciding with the publication of the 2015 IPC Sustainability report and the announcement that the participants in the IPC Environmental Measurement and Monitoring System (EMMS) have collectively reduced their carbon emissions by more than 20% compared to the 2008 baseline, thereby reaching the programme's target six years ahead of schedule. 

Holiday peak season 2015

With the holiday season behind us, we will focus on how posts prepared for the busiest time of the year, what campaigns they put in place to attract consumers and more specifically what volumes were recorded for parcel and mail deliveries during the 2015 holiday season.


Market Flash – 21 January 2016

This is the latest issue of Market Flash, IPC’s bi-weekly newsletter providing a comprehensive look at new developments emerging in international postal industry. This issue includes the quarterly edition of the Direct Marketing Special.


Regulatory Flash 104 – 03 December 2015

IPC Regulatory Flash is a monthly newsletter providing a comprehensive look at new developments emerging in international regulatory affairs. It is sent exclusively to participating IPC member posts.