IPC provides services to its 24 member organisations and to other postal organisations and networks worldwide We rely on cutting-edge technology and on highly experienced people to deliver technological, operational and cooperative solutions. Our services are at heart of the international postal pipeline and enable postal operators to improve their business and take advantage of the new opportunities which arise in the e-commerce market.



IPC has joined forces with over 30 posts across the globe to develop a seamless e-Commerce delivery network, called INTERCONNECT. This network aims at creating the best conditions for e-shoppers and SMEs to shop and sell online internationally and for posts to fully benefit from cross-border e-Commerce growth.

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E-Parcel Group delivery network

The E-Parcel Group (EPG) is made up of 31 postal operators from around the world, and is focused on providing a reliable quality of service for priority parcels through an integrated delivery network.

IPC's EMS Task Force

IPC’s EMS Task Force group ensures high-quality delivery performance and drives improvement of how members measure EMS performance.

Item Monitoring Services

IPC’s Item Monitoring services provide performance measurement for international postal items such as EMS, registered letters and parcels, which bear a unique barcode.

Parcel Performance Reporting

IPC’s Parcel Performance Reporting (PPR) is a service for monitoring priority and non-priority parcels for postal operators throughout the world.