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The purpose of the APPU

is to extend, facilitate and improve postal relations between member countries and to promote cooperation in the field of postal services.

In particular APPU supports the interests of smaller and lower income members through representation at Universal Postal Union meetings.

 

Our in-house college provides training in a range of business and postal competencies that will Motivate - Connect - Innovate delegates from around the region.

           

Thailand Public holiday 2020

Upcoming Courses

Operations Management (OMC)  1O August -4 September

Parcel & Logistics Management (PLM)  1O August -4 September

Service Quality Management (SQM) 21 September-9 October

E-Business and Technology (EBT) 21 September-9 October

Postal Management (PMC) 19 October -20 November

Human Resource Management (HRM) 19 -30  October

Marketing and Innovation for Posts (MlP) 19 October -13 November

ASIA PACIFIC NEWS

 

Celebration of 50th Anniversary of APPC

The APPU celebrated the 50th Anniversary of APPC both physically and virtually on 10 September 2020, which is exactly the establishment day of APPC 50 years ago.  More

 

LEARNING MEDIA

Ms Yu Yan

 

Ms Padmagandha Mishra (Ms Padma)

 

WORLD POST DAY

“Post is part of the community, we deliver not only a box, but also the sense of convenience, continuity, and happiness”

Workers at a distribution center in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, sort parcels on Wednesday. ZHANG KAIHU/FOR CHINA DAILY

The express delivery industry has shown a resurgence over the just-completed long holiday period thanks to a strong recovery in consumer demand, the State Post Bureau said in a news release on Friday.

Data from the bureau shows that over the eight-day break, about 1.82 billion parcels were received nationwide, up 53 percent year-on-year.

Parcels sent during the holiday stood at 1.8 billion, a year-on-year increase of 63 percent.

Online sales of products including food, daily necessities and electronic devices saw sharp rises over the holiday as consumer demand jumped after COVID-19 increasingly came under control on the Chinese mainland, the bureau said.

Companies that offer delivery services also introduced tailored services during the holiday when consumption of specialty festival gifts and goods surged. They also improved services in the countryside, thus improving the lives of rural residents.

The nation's express delivery industry has continued to grow at a fast rate after it turned to positive growth beginning in February. The bureau said that the growth has been sustained at around 30 percent.
An earlier report from the bureau said that in the first half, revenue from the sector stood at over 382 billion yuan ($57 billion), marking a rise of 12.6 percent year-on-year. Parcels collected and delivered during the period were about 33.88 billion, 22.1 percent higher than the same period of 2019.