Spanish Post Office, Correos automates processes

In 2001 Correos, the Spanish post office, launched a plan to automate its processes. The plan, which concludes at the end of next year, involves an investment of €310m, the construction of eleven totally automated sorting offices and the upgrading of another six. Jose Antonio Canadas, head of the postal division of the group, says that in 2006 90% of post processed in Spain will be managed in a completely automated fashion. This compares with 16 per cent only three years ago.

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