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T-shirts and trainers drive online fashion trends

T-shirts and tops are the most common e-purchases with 46 per cent of shoppers purchasing them online while trainers are the most common footwear item with 72 per cent purchasing trainers online, according to Royal Mail.

Physical stores are still important, says Royal Mail

A Royal Mail study has found that nearly 60 per cent of SME online retailers are planning to sell through additional channels in 2019 – and one of the most popular channels being looking for space in another physical store to sell goods.

Royal Mail delivers savings

Royal Mail handled 164 million parcels in the UK during the December trading period, up 10 per cent over last year, and is in line with its cost avoidance programme to deliver £100 million of cost savings 2018-19, according to its trading statement for nine months ended 23 December 2018.

SME e-retailers confident in sales increasing in 2019

Almost seven in ten UK SME retailers have expressed confidence that sales will increase in 2019 and are looking overseas to increase said sales, according to a study commissioned by the Royal Mail.

Royal Mail launches “Labels to Go”

Royal Mail has launched its “Labels to Go” returns service to enable online shoppers to use their mobile devices to print free returns labels in 11,500 Post Office branches across the UK, saving shoppers time and money.

2pc parcels growth for Royal Mail

Royal Mail launches shipping tool for large retailers

Royal Mail has launched shipping tool Pro Shipping and API that helps larger retailers to fulfil complex shipping needs by providing a range of capabilities that makes managing orders and returns across distributed sites simpler.

Royal Mail to appeal against £50m fine

Royal Mail is to appeal against a £50 million fine imposed by Ofcom for discriminating against Whistl – while Whistl is now planning to demand damages from Royal Mail.

Royal Mail trials parcel post boxes

Royal Mail is trialling parcel post boxes that would allow customers to post pre-paid parcels in the same way that they currently post letters.