Brazil’s association of notaries, Anoreg, has invested 4mn reais (US$1.3mn) to launch an online notary service in partnership with the country’s postal service, Empresa Brasileira de Correios, and local bank Bradesco, executives told an online press conference Thursday. Customers will file a request for a notary document – from births and marriages to property rights – through the web site (www.cartorio24horas.com.br), which is delivered by the post office to the nearest notary office, and which will post documents back to the customer. Customers will be able to monitor progress online, and the total time for certificate to be delivered is estimated to be between 4 and 9 days.Read More
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The Brazilian Post Office has a network of services in 5,507 cities. with 82,000 employees, 12,200 postal outlets and a modern fleet of about 33,000 vehicles, transporting a volume of about 24.9 million pieces per day from north to south. In addition to the receipt and delivery of mail, the Post Office uses its network to supply various other services to the customers, including SEDEX express couriers, payment of bills, taxes, fines, and other kind of banking services.Read More
Brazil’s Banco do Brasil (BB) signed a contract Wednesday with the country’s federal postal system ECT to sell export services to small- and mid-sized companies via the Internet, the government-controlled bank said in a statement. The two federally run entities will integrate their databases to speed up shipping of merchandise worth up to USD10,000. BB clients will be able to handle all the orders and bureaucracy over the Internet, the statement said.Read More
TPG, the Dutch mail, express and logistics company, announced that its TNT Express division has won a competitive open bid to distribute consignments sent through the new international express service of the Brazilian state post office, Empresa de Correios e Telegrafos. The contract, which will be signed shortly, is projected to generate more than USD23.5 million in revenue over five years.Read More
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