ZigZag Global win big at World Post & Parcel Awards

By Chris Dawson June 13, 2018 - 10:31 pm

At the 2018 World Post & Parcel Awards this Tuesday, ZigZag Global walked away with the brace of trophies winning both the ‘E-Commerce’ and the ‘Innovation’ awards. Winners and shortlisted companies alike celebrated in style at the black-tie gala dinner held at Royal Lancaster London.

ZigZag Global helps retailers manage returns offering local returns warehouses in 130 countries to help refund customers, consolidate and restock returns more efficiently.

Al Gerrie, Founder & CEO who picked up the awards can be proud of the company’s recognition – other award winners included global and national carriers so it was fierce competition and ZigZag Global were the only business to walk away with two trophies on the night.

2018 World Post & Parcel Award Winners

Corporate Social Responsibility sponsored by: MCA

Winner: LibanPost for its Gender Parity through the Post project

Cross Border Growth

Winner: Correos y Telegrafos for its Correos Tmall Store

Customer Service sponsored by: Whistl

Winner: Saudi Post Corp. for its Customer Services Project

Delivery on Demand sponsored by: FedEx Express

Winner: Canada Post for its Snap Ship & Snap Admail Suite of Tools

E-Commerce sponsored by: PostEurop

Winner: ZigZag for its ZigZag Global Returns Portal


Winner: ZigZag for its ZigZag Global Returns Portal

People Management

Winner: Blue Dart Express for its Blue Edge Empowering Lives

Retail Customer Access sponsored by: MER

Winner: AnPost for its

Technology sponsored by: Post&Parcel

Winner: SingPost for its SmartPost and the Smart Post Office

Industry Leadership sponsored by: Honeywell

Francisco De Lacerda, CTT Portugal Post

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