Carriage charges for Deutsche Post, the German postal service operator, are set to fall in the new year, after its regulator, RegTP, ordered a 7.2 per cent cut for 2003. The move comes hot on the heels of an announcement that DP must repay 850m euros to the country’s government.
Deutsche Post reckons that the carriage price reduction could cost it up to 300m euros per year, between now and the end of its monopoly in 2007.Read More
German postal company Deutsche Post AG said it set up a new management consulting unit after an internal reorganization. The business consulting unit, which will employ 130 people, combines the mail carrier’s in-house consulting units, market research service, venture capital activities, and publishing services unit. The unit will provide internal consulting services.Read More
Jordan Post Company (JPC) is set to introduce a host of new products to attract more customers, including receiving payments of utility bills, and handling tax transactions. JPC, which was established earlier in 2002 as a shareholding company to replace the Ministry of Post, will also introduce e-mail services in some centres. JPC will operate as a new entity on January 1 with a capital of JD14 million, with 150 vehicles and 2,300 clerks in 434 post offices.Read More
Royal Mail faces multi-million-pound fines unless it dramatically improves two business mail services, it emerged yesterday. The industry regulator Postcomm placed an enforcement order on Royal Mail, requiring it to improve the two services by the end of March or face a fine of around pounds 8m.Read More
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