Greetings from sunny Tajikistan:)
Yesterday we visited the rural post offices, and on the photo you can see my new friends in Turzunsoda :)
It’s too hot here…
All the best
Thousands of delegates from all over the world are expected to visit POST-EXPO 2011 in Stuttgart on 27, 28 and 29 September.
We are excited as PostEurop delegates will be speaking/participating at this the upcoming PostExpo in Stuttgart on various topics.
At the World Postal Business Forum on Wednesday 28 September, Botond Szebeny, PostEurop Secretary General will speak on Public policies and the private sector role (14:00-17:00). He will be sharing his views on “The role of European public postal operators in difficult times.”
At the Operations Conference the same day, PostEurop’s Market Manager Sebastien Houze joins Jean-Philippe Ducasse and other speakers on an upcoming hot topic - Clipping the wings of postal revenue losses (15:15-17:30). He will ask the inevitable question “Is your Money Safe?” and share some recent eye-opening findings. Stay-tuned.
Also on, Thursday 28 September 2011, PostEurop’s Project Manager, Antonino Scribellito will be moderating an interesting panel discussion seeking Green transport solutions (10:00-12:00).
See you at PostExpo 2011!
PostEurop and Mr. Edouard Dayan, DG of the UPU (right) welcomed Mr. Binali Yıldırım, Minister of Transport of Turkey (left) to the Plenary Assembly.
More photos are available on www.facebook.com/posteurop
Mr. Jean-Paul Forceville on behalf of La Poste, Mr. Botond Szebeny on behalf of PostEurop and Mr. Edouard Dayan on behalf of UPU co-signed the development contract with in the field of quality of service improvement for organizing the PostEurop Process Review to Russian Federation State Enterprise Russian Post in 2012. The activity is financed with the support of France (La Poste) and through its contribution to the UPU special fund.
The question of quality of service has become crucial, with customers now able to turn to other service providers to meet their needs. Priority action to improve quality of service, primarily through the use of new technologies and efficient technical assistance cooperation, has therefore become essential.
At the Committee 8 session of the 25th UPU Congress on Wednesday, 3 October 2012, Botond was given an opportunity to address the excellent on-going PostEurop Projects co-operation with the UPU International Bureau to date which has yielded results for the targeted members. We look forward to further co-operation with the UPU International Bureau in the next UPU-PostEurop projects programming cycle.