Have Questions Regarding Last Mile Fulfilment or Delivery Needs? Part I

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Having delivered over 4,000,000 documents and parcels in Singapore, and out of Singapore for nearly three decades, XDel Singapore is one of Singapore’s most established courier and last mile fulfilment service provider. We might not call ourselves delivery experts but we definitely understand deliveries and the evolving delivery needs. Thus, we make it our task […]

Meeting Expectations: How to Spark Joy (Again) For Local Deliveries

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  From traditional mails and parcels to ecommerce shipments to cooked food from your favourite stall, every so often these days, one gets news from mainstream and social media, on how local delivery service providers are not meeting delivery expectations. The most recent delivery fiasco involves Singapore’s state-owned postal and logistics organisation, which brought about […]

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How Secured Are Your Customers’ Data: PDPA and Deliveries

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How Secured Are Your Customers’ Data: PDPA and Deliveries Since 2013, Singapore has put in place legislation to protect individuals’ personal data, as well as to enforce good governance in the collection and responsible use of these information by organisations. The Personal Data Protection Commission Singapore (PDPC Singapore) states that “Personal data refers to data, […]

Happy Holidays!

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As XDel winds down and wraps up the year with the last few days of deliveries for 2018, we would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our faithful clients who have supported and trusted us with your same day and express deliveries of documents and parcels. To all our partners and friends, […]

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When Not All Delivery Jobs Are the Same

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In The Beginning The start of courier service dates back to as early as 540BC, in Persia when King Cyrus sent runners, homing pigeons and riders on horsebacks to send and receive messages faster than his enemies, in order to control his new empire.  The origins of the word “courier” comes from the Latin word […]