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Deutsche Post plays pass the Swiss parcel

Deutsche Post (Switzerland) AG, a fully owned subsidiary of Europe’s largest postal
service provider DPWN, is a public limited company under Swiss law and specialises in parcel logistics. It was founded in autumn 1991 by the merger of two Swiss parcel logistics operators, quickstep parcel service AG and Qualipac AG.
Under the product name Swisspack, Deutsche Post (Switzerland) Euro Express offers a nationwide, timedefined parcel delivery service for consignments up to 31.5 kg in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The parcels are delivered by a fleet of nearly 400 vehicles via several modern automated hubs (we have such hubs at Pratteln, Regensdorf and Altishofen, for example).
With another of our products, the Europremium service, shipments (import I export) of up to 800 kg per pallet are delivered to and from Switzerland to some twenty European countries.
When we entered this market in 1992, door-to-door pick-up services and a track&trace system for parcels were still completely new ideas. Since then, we have continued to refine our IT systems.

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Swiss Post between growing and saving

The Swiss Post made a net profit for the year 2000 of CHF 6.022 billion. This represented a slight increase of 5.6% over the previous financial year. However operating expenses were up too. With a profit of CHF 118 million, the Swiss Post was able to present positive business results for each its three years as an independent operation

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Privatizing Postal Services

Privatizing Postal Services” by Daniel Krähenbühl, Head, Strategic Analysis, Swiss Post, Berne; Patrik Kerler, Vice President, De Pury Pictet Turrettini & Co. Ltd., Zurich; and Matthias Finger, Professor, Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration, Lausanne, was presented at the Ninth Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, Sorrento, Italy

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TPG sells Dutch, French businesses

TNT Post Group (TPG), the Amsterdam-based mail, express and logistics group, Tuesday sold TNT International Mail, its cross-border business mail operations in the Netherlands, to Swiss Post International. The sale was necessary for TPG to secure regulatory approval from the European Commission to approve a joint venture with the British and Singapore postal authorities

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