Getting sorted, Japan's Daifuku comes to fix NZ Post

Getting sorted, Japan's Daifuku comes to fix NZ Post
NZ Post looks to double its sorting capacity by 2033.
Brent Melville
New Zealand Post has contracted BCS NZ, a subsidiary of Japanese material handling company Daifuku, to help it implement $18 million worth of operational improvements at its processing hubs.The investment is part of a $170m package which includes the construction of new processing centres in Wiri, Auckland and Grenada, Wellington. Substantial upgrades will also be made to its southern operations centre in Christchurch next year as it catches up with booming parcel volumes.Helping it along is the government's injection of $280m into the...

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