Polish Post retains USO position
Polish Post has reported that it will continue to be the designated universal services operator (USO) for Poland for the next ten years. The company won the contest organized by the President of the Office of Electronic Communications, the regulator of postal market, having received 210 out of a total of 220 points.
Polish Post commented: “The designated operator is a solution introduced by the Postal Directives of the European Parliament and the European Council allowing the state to fulfill its obligation to the citizens in terms of access to universal postal services. This solution reconciles liberalization of the postal market with the obligation to provide basic services of good quality to citizens at reasonable prices throughout the country and abroad. ”
Polish Post was the designated operator appointed for 2013-2015 under the country’s 2012 postal reform legislation.