16.08.2022 — Correo Argentino is the only national company located in every municipality of the nation and has the largest logistics network in all of Argentina. This makes the Post the ideal partner for the large-scale federal operation carried out every decade – the national census.
15.08.2022 — Canada Post Chief People and Safety Officer Susan Margles provides her point-of-view on the importance of company culture to successful postal transformation.
11.08.2022 — The Universal Postal Union (UPU) has opened a public consultation on how it can better engage and collaborate with broader postal sector stakeholders, including the private sector.
09.08.2022 — UPU Director General Masahiko Metoki and Deputy Director General Marjan Osvald assumed their new duties in January 2022, ushering in a change of perspective for the UN specialized agency for the postal sector. They sat down with Union Postale to discuss their vision for the four-year term ahead of them.
05.08.2022 — When the pandemic struck, putting an end to travel to member countries, a digital solution was paramount for both the UPU’s Development Cooperation Directorate (DCDEV) and members to remain on track with their capacity building objectives. The unit turned a challenge into an opportunity, boosting participation through innovative working methods.
04.08.2022 — Posts of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) have the potential to support and facilitate vital digital transformations to benefit Posts, economies, and governments, according to global and regional experts who spoke on 26 July at the Universal Postal Union’s webinar “ICT for SIDS: Small posts at the forefront of digital transformation.”
27.07.2022 — There is a difference between necessary and urgent, and Spain’s Correos is encouraging its customers to rethink the urgency of their overnight deliveries by choosing “Responsible Deliveries,” an option that takes more time and yields environmental benefits.
25.07.2022 — The Universal Postal Union (UPU) has begun work on the postal sector’s contribution to the Global Digital Compact, which is a UN initiative with the aim of developing shared principles for an open, free, and secure digital future for all.
18.07.2022 — What is the environmental impact of sending that package, this letter, dropping it off here or picking it up there? Now, La Poste France customers can find out with the post’s new Ecological Score tool on its e-commerce site.
15.07.2022 — For four days in June, hundreds of employees from across the United Nations family, stepped out of their professional roles to participate in and support the 47th UN Inter-Agency Games in Copenhagen, Denmark, in a show of comradery, competition, and fun. In a special interview, three UPU staff members who took part in the Games this year share their passion for sports and their belief that competitions like this benefit organizations at large.
13.07.2022 — Online shoppers are more focused than ever on not only the products they buy, but also the environmental impacts of the packaging in which they come. That’s why Canada Post has taken several steps to support businesses in their efforts to improve packaging practices. The post created a packaging guide for merchants and teamed with Nespresso Canada to support its coffee capsule recycling programme.
28.06.2022 — Despite certain advances in the scope of women entrepreneurship in France, the latter remains far from the ideals of gender parity. To accelerate the progress, La Poste France breaks the silos and lends its hand to the most creative and impactful start-ups across the country.