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1 POSTAL NEWS No 74-2022

Formulated by UNI Apro Post and Logistics Sector

1.Green Postal Day - 16 September 2022. September 16, 2022.

2.Capita pay deal for BBC TVL reached. September 16, 2022.

3.‘Click And Collect’ service to be trialled at Post Offices in Northern Ireland. September 14, 2022.

4.SingPost hires UPS’ Li Yu as CEO of international business. September 12, 2022.

 5.USPS ready to deliver the holidays for the nation. September 12, 2022.

1.Green Postal Day - 16 September 2022 September 16, 2022

For this fourth edition of Green Postal Day, post offices around the world are pursuing their actions against climate change and are collectively working to deploy 50% of alternative fuel vehicles in every postal fleet by 2030.

18 postal operators from around the world, are joining together at the International Post Corporation (IPC), to celebrate Green Postal Day for the fourth consecutive year. The aim of Green Postal Day is to highlight the commitments made by post offices worldwide on carrying out more sustainable deliveries. On September 16th, and for the last four years, an entire sector has been mobilised and working together in synergy. By 2030, Post offices are collectively aiming for a minimum of 50% of their fleet to be powered by alternative fuel vehicles (compared to 22% in 2020). They have reduced their CO2 emissions by more than 30% since 2008, when the postal sector, a pioneer in this area, set common targets for reducing its emissions. This is in response to growing consumer demand for solutions with a low environmental impact. (source IPC 2021 Cross-Border E-Commerce Shopper Survey).

La Poste is moving towards low carbon transport As the first postal operator in the world to be fully committed to a carbon neutral approach, and a company with a mission since 2021, La Poste has placed environmental, social and societal issues at the heart of its strategic plan "La Poste 2030: committed for you". In 2021, La Poste Groupe obtained three extra-financial ratings, confirming its commitment to society and the pursuit of its CSR actions: the "A list" from the CDP, the world's number

one ranking for the third year in a row according to the VE agency and the Platinum medal from Ecovadis.

 Source : https://www.lapostegroupe.com/en/news/green-postal-day-16-september-2022

2.Capita pay deal for BBC TVL reached September 16, 2022

A 6 per cent consolidated offer, plus £900 cash and new allowances adds up to a reasonable settlement for hundreds of hard-working CWU members, reports assistant secretary Andy Furey.

Today’s industrial executive endorsed a negotiated agreement reached with Capita that is “significantly better than what was on the table before and goes a fair way to meeting the needs of our members,” said Andy this afternoon. After months of discussions, a referral to arbitration service ACAS and the looming possibility of an industrial action ballot, a package of benefits which now comes close to current levels of inflation will be recommended to workers employed on the company’s BBC Licensing contract over the coming two weeks. If endorsed by members, they will receive a fully consolidated 6 per cent basic pay increase backdated to 1st January 2022, a £400 lump sum (pro-rata for part-time) payment in October and a further £500 lump-sum (prpt) in January 2023. “It’s the view of my negotiating team and our reps – and the industrial executive too – that we’ve moved the company quite considerably forward on pay,” Andy said. “And now is the time to get this new money into our members’ pockets. Therefore, we’ll be recommending a YES vote to this deal in the forthcoming consultation.” The agreement is relatively straightforward and, aside from the headline basic pay increase of 6% and cash lump sums – which both apply to all Capita’s BBC Licensing workers – there are also positive adjustments for some field workers, with new, allowances in London and the South East. “And, crucially,” Andy continued, “we have also managed to obtain a much better pay increase for those members affected by the Real Living Wage adjustment. “Overall, this is a fair deal for all of our members and it’s good to see their efforts being recognised and rewarded. We hope they’ll give it their endorsement. I’d also like to see a similarly positive attitude from the other employers we negotiate with going forward.”

NOTE : www.capita.com. It is the largest business process outsourcing and professional services company in the United Kingdom, with an overall market share of 29% in 2016, and has clients in central government, local government and the private sector.

Source: https://www.cwu.org/news/capita-pay-deal-for-bbc-tvl-reached/



3.‘Click And Collect’ service to be trialled at Post Offices in Northern Ireland September 14, 2022

Post Office has today secured an agreement with DHL Express in the UK to deliver parcels directly to Post Office branches as part of DHL’s Service Point network, providing a secure and convenient location for customers to collect their purchases.

The ‘Click and Collect’ service will be trialled at Post Offices in Northern Ireland before rolling out to more than 1,000 branches across the UK from the start of the New Year. Customers making a purchase online will have the option to choose their local Post Office as the collection point, whereby DHL will deliver parcels directly to the Post Office and the Postmaster will process customer collections at the counter. DHL Express customers will receive a message regarding their parcel delivery via text, email or via DHL’s On Demand Delivery service and can select to collect their parcel from their local Post Office. The agreement with DHL Express is a continued demonstration of Post Office’s strategy to open its network to external carriers, compete in the fast-growing parcels market and drive footfall for Postmasters. Nick Read, Chief Executive at the Post Office, said: “DHL is a household name with global reach. They recognise the value our Postmasters bring to their customers with their expert knowledge of the parcel market and the long hours their branches are open giving people a convenient and secure location to pick up their packages. 

We are delighted to be partnering with them to expand our Click and Collect services across the country.” Ian Wilson, CEO DHL Express UK, said: “Post Office with its reputation as a trusted institution as well as its nationwide footprint make it an ideal Service Point partner to extend our delivery options in a way that will give recipients even more convenient choices and total confidence that their parcels are in good hands. In addition, by expanding our Service Point network, we’re able to further consolidate deliveries, helping to reduce road miles and drive down carbon emissions, which is an essential part of our sustainability strategy.” Since opening its network to external carriers last year for the first time in its 360-year history, Post Office has grown the number of branches offering click and collect from zero to almost 5,000. With 93% of the population living within one mile of a Post Office and most branches open longer hours than traditional retailers, click and collect is often a more flexible option for consumers than getting a parcel delivered directly to their home. The partnership with DHL also reduces the environmental impact of having vans making multiple stops to drop off parcels, whilst at the same time encouraging people to return to their local high street on foot. Nick Read added: “Last January we had no carrier partnerships, and in the space of a year we’ve grown our Click and Collect capabilities fivefold, a testament to the size and reach of the Post Office network and the accessibility it affords consumers. We look forward to rolling out DHL Express services across our network over the coming weeks.”

Source : https://postandparcel.info/150048/news/e-commerce/click-and-collect-service-to-betrialled-at-post-offices-in-northern-ireland

4.SingPost hires UPS’ Li Yu as CEO of international business September 12, 2022


SINGPOST has named Li Yu of United Parcel Service (UPS) as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of its international business with effect from Monday (Sep 12).

Yu joins SingPost with over 17 years of experience spanning engineering, operations, project management, customer/sales support, strategy and technology implementation. He has lived and worked in North America, Shanghai and Singapore, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science, Industrial Engineering degree from Canada’s University of Toronto. In his new role at SingPost, he will be responsible for establishing long and short-term business strategies for the group’s international businesses while strengthening corporate and board governance with a focus on operational excellence, transformational growth, social responsibility and sustainability. Yu was most recently vice-president of logistics and distribution for Asia-Pacific at UPS, where he oversaw all aspects of the American multinational logistics company’s distribution operations. He also led a cross-functional team managing customer engagement, technology, innovation, engineering, marketing and strategy. According to his LinkedIn profile as of Monday, Yu had been with UPS since 2005, where he started out as a manager in training at the industrial engineering department in Ontario, Canada. SingPost in a Monday press statement highlighted Yu’s experience in transformational P&L (profit and loss) as well as commercial leadership. “We believe that with his wealth of experience, Li Yu can bring positive changes and expand SingPost’s footprint across the globe,” said SingPost group CEO Vincent Phang. According to the group, Yu led an e-commerce portfolio as part of the broader logistics line of business. In his previous roles he also grew businesses including those in the e-commerce, healthcare, manufacturing and retail sectors.

Source : https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/companies-markets/singpost-hires-ups-li-yu-asceo-of-international-business

5.USPS ready to deliver the holidays for the nation September 12, 2022 Holiday season preparedness reflects strategic investments and operational precision improvements made as part of Delivering for America, USPS’ 10-year plan:

655,000 employee postal service workforce includes 100,000 workers converted to full time since beginning of 2021; More than 41,000 part time workers converted to full time since January 2022 ▪ Actively hiring additional 28,000 seasonal employees ▪ 249 new package processing machines actively deployed since 2021 across the nation – 137 added since January 2022; daily package processing capacity expanded to 60 million ▪ 8.5 million square feet across 52 peak annexes and processing facilities to handle holiday volume WASHINGTON — The United States Postal Service announced critical investments in personnel, technology and the postal network footprint that have been made in advance of the 2022 holiday season.

Preparations for the 2022 holiday season began in January and build on the investments and organizational strategy improvements made ahead of the successful 2021 holiday mailing and shipping season. These proactive measures are part of Delivering for America, the Postal Service’s 10-year strategic plan. “Successfully delivering for the holidays is a cornerstone of our Delivering for America 10- year plan,” said Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. “Thanks to the 655,000 women and men of the Postal Service, recent investments and operational precision improvements, we are ready to be the most used delivery provider this holiday season.”

2022 Peak Holiday Season Preparations Include: ▪ 100,000 Part Time Employees Converted To Full Time Career Positions Since January 2021 (41,000 Part Time Employees Converted Since January 2022). Thanks to a strong benefits package and investments in career growth opportunities for employees across the organization, the Postal Service has converted more than 100,000 employees from part-time to full time, career positions since the beginning of 2021. 41,000 part time employees have converted into career roles since January of this year. ▪ Hiring Additional 28,000 Peak Season Employees; Aggressive Hiring Efforts Continue. USPS is actively hiring 28,000 seasonal employees. Across the nation, the Postal Service is hiring an additional 1,000 truck drivers, along with letter carriers and processing team members. Job seekers can find and apply for thousands of open seasonal positions by visiting usps.com/hiring. ▪ 60 Million Packages Processed Each Day. Thanks to investments in new package processing equipment and operational precision improvements, the Postal Service will be able to expand its processing capacity and process nearly 60 million packages every day this holiday season compared to 53 million in 2021. ▪ 249 New Package Processing Machines Deployed Across the Nation Since January 2021 (137 Installed this Year). These new machines are strategic investments in local community postal infrastructure enabling postal workers to sort and process packages of all sizes more quickly and reliably. By November, the Postal Service will have installed 249 new package processing machines across the nation since the beginning of 2021. This is part of the organization’s $40 billion investment in new technology and facilities under the Delivering for America plan. ▪ 8.5 Million Square Feet Added Across 52 Annexes and Facilities. In 2021, the Postal Service signed multi-year leases on 52 peak season annexes and processing facilities which added 8.5 million square feet to the Postal Service footprint. These facilities are strategically located throughout the country to augment space shortages at existing postal facilities. ▪ 222,682 Fleet Vehicles Ready to Deliver the Holidays. The Postal Service’s 222,682 fleet vehicles are ready to deliver the holidays. To handle holiday package volume, 1,900 additional trailers have been leased for the peak season. Additionally, precision in our processing operation enables trucks to leave on time and mail and packages to get to destination in a quicker and more cost-effective manner. ▪ New Technology to Expedite Processing and Delivery. In the last 12 months, more than 6,000 computer tablets have been deployed on our workroom floors to better equip processing and delivery supervisors with tracking and moving mail and packages expeditiously.

As the Postal Service prepares for the holiday peak season, service performance across all mail categories is strong and steady. On average, it takes just 2.4 days for a mailpiece or package to be delivered across the postal network. The Postal Service generally receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.

 Source : https://about.usps.com/newsroom/national-releases/2022/0912-usps-ready-to-deliverthe-holidays-for-the-nation.html




UNI Apro Post & Logistics

1 POSTAL NEWS No 73-2022

Formulated by UNI Apro Post and Logistics Sector

1.Emirates Post organizes e-commerce conference in Dubai. September 16, 2022.

 2.CUPW files unfair labour practice complaint against Uber. September 16, 2022.

 3.DHL Supply Chain to invest €500million in India over the next five years. September 15, 2022.

4.Swiss Post opens its own IT development site in Portugal to secure vital IT expertise for future development. September 13, 2022.

5.Pos Indonesia accelerates implementation of green industry principles. September 10, 2022.

1.Emirates Post organizes e-commerce conference in Dubai September 16, 2022

 Emirates Post, the official postal operator in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), held its first e-commerce annual conference on September 15 to bring together industry leaders and clients to share ideas and discuss trends in the sector.

The inaugural event was held at the Emirates Post Group headquarters in Dubai in the UAE. The conference discussed the main trends in the e-commerce industry, including brand tactics for faster growth, different ways organizations can adapt to benefit from continued digital acceleration, how to meet the complexities of e-commerce head-on, and what new e-commerce strategies and technologies leaders need to evaluate in 2022 to succeed in the years ahead. The conference was designed to provide industry leaders and representatives from across the retail, fin-tech, marketplaces and D2C sectors with the opportunity to learn from digital commerce brands, working in areas such as social commerce, online payment, online retail and digital advertising. Companies including Visa, Deloitte, Act Global, RMC Group, Anchanto, Mumzworld, Lals Group, Noon and Drink Dry spoke on these subjects. Software as a Service (SaaS) technology firm Anchanto was the partner sponsor. Peter Somers, CEO of Emirates Post, said, “With the growth opportunity of the e-commerce market in the UAE and the region, this conference offered attendees the platform to innovate and inspire, to learn how successful brands are rising through the ranks, following the trends and capitalizing on digital opportunities to strategically beat the competition and maximize conversions in unconventional ways.

“Following the successful outcome of today’s event, we look forward to hosting this ecommerce conference annually. Through this unique event we aim to connect top industry players to discuss the current trends, challenges and the way forward for a combined outlook and action plan to mitigate issues confronting this sector.” Vaibhav Dabhade, CEO of Anchanto, said, “This conference will pave the way for exciting deliberations between leaders of the most successful companies in the region. With global enterprises running operations on our SaaS solutions for the past five years, we believe our prolific experience can enable businesses in the UAE to scale their success in the region. We at Anchanto are very pleased to have partnered with Emirates Post for this unique event and shared our global expertise in e-commerce and logistics domains with the participants.”

Source: https://www.parcelandpostaltechnologyinternational.com/news/ecommerce/emirates-post-organizes-e-commerce-conference-in-dubai.html

2.CUPW files unfair labour practice complaint against Uber September 16, 2022

 OTTAWA – Gig workers in Ontario are fighting back against app-based giant Uber for unlawfully interfering with their rights to organize, end their misclassification, and choose their own union.

On Thursday, Sept. 15, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), filed an unfair labour practices complaint with the Ontario Labour Relations Board against Uber for violating the Labour Relations Act. Earlier this year, Uber and the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) struck a deal that gave UFCW the right to represent Uber drivers and couriers. This agreement was done in secret without worker input. Uber even used its app and email list to promote the agreement to drivers and couriers. “Our labour laws prohibit an employer from favouring one union over another while workers are organizing,” says Jan Simpson, CUPW National President. “We are supposed to have free and fair democratic choice. Uber influencing or foreclosing on that choice is wrong, and in Ontario it’s illegal. But enforcement is complaints-based, which means it’s up to us to call them out and seek justice. Filing an Unfair Labour Practices complaint is how we do that.” Gig Workers United has been pushing for app-based workers to be classified as employees, instead of independent contractors, which would provide them with full rights and benefits, and the legal right to unionize. “Employment rights aren’t a la carte, and neither is union membership,” says Jennifer Scott, Gig Workers United president. “We’ve been on the ground organizing, talking to people – worker to worker – and what workers want is to be recognized as employees. We want and deserve full and equal rights and the boss doesn’t get to pick and choose which rights we’re entitled to.” Adds Scott: “Workers should define and decide what their union looks like and democratically elect their leaders – not the bosses.” Uber’s influence in Ontario is far and wide, and Doug Ford’s government is all too happy to do their bidding. In April 2022, the Ontario government passed Bill 88, an Act which was clearly influenced by Uber’s proposals and didn’t fix the misclassification problem, which excludes gig workers from being covered under the Employment Standards Act. “Bad bosses shouldn’t get a say in creating labour laws,” says Scott. “Why does the government continue to allow Uber to dictate its employment standards?

“Any agreement between workers and their employer must be centered around worker democracy. The government cannot continue to let Uber undermine worker organizing and break the law to get their desired results,” adds Simpson. “It’s ridiculous that workers have to resort to hiring lawyers and filing complaints for laws to be enforced.”

Source : https://www.cupw.ca/en/cupw-files-unfair-labour-practice-complaint-against-uber

3.DHL Supply Chain to invest €500million in India over the next five years September 15, 2022

 DHL has pledged to invest €500million in its warehousing, workforce, and sustainability initiatives in India over the next five years.

Through the investment, the company will own and operate wholly-owned large multi-client sites in India, adding twelve million ft2 of warehousing space to its existing portfolio. The added warehouse capacity will help to grow sectors such as e-commerce, retail, life sciences, technology, consumer, engineering, and manufacturing. These warehouses will be enabled with accelerated digital technology solutions including assisted picking robots, indoor robotic transport, intelligent process automation, wearable devices, voice picking, inventory management robots and algorithmic optimisations. “Despite the current, economic and geopolitical uncertainties in the world, we see enormous growth potential in the Asia Pacific region, with India making a significant contribution,” said Oscar de Bok, CEO, DHL Supply Chain.

Source : https://www.logisticsmanager.com/dhl-supply-chain-to-invest-e500million-in-indiaover-the-next-five-years/

4.Swiss Post opens its own IT development site in Portugal to secure vital IT expertise for future development September 13, 2022

Swiss Post is seeing automation and digitization increase every year. At the same time, there is an acute shortage of IT specialists in Switzerland and the battle to attract the best IT professionals is intensifying. This is having a direct impact on Swiss Post. Vacancies increasingly remain unfilled as the company is now unable to recruit enough IT professionals in Switzerland. In response, Swiss Post is adopting a fresh approach: it is setting up its own European IT development site in Portugal with up to 120 additional employees in the medium term.

This step will give the company access to the international labour market to secure the IT skills it will need for the future. It will enable Swiss Post to continue providing people and companies in Switzerland with its high-quality logistics and digital services in future. However, the Swiss labour market remains key to Swiss Post, including the IT sector. The company will not transfer any IT jobs abroad. On the contrary, it plans to create 200 new IT jobs in Switzerland by 2030.

Swiss Post is adapting to meet the changing requirements of its customers. Switzerland and its companies are becoming increasingly digital. More and more Swiss Post solutions, processes and working procedures are based on information technology. Swiss Post is also continually developing new digital services. The company’s IT unit with its 1,300 staff is the driving force behind these rapid developments. Swiss Post has one of the biggest IT departments in Switzerland. It is making considerable investments in this area by improving internal basic and advanced training opportunities, promoting mobile working and by focusing on diversity. “We’re doing everything we can to position ourselves as an attractive IT employer,” says Wolfgang Eger, CIO and Member of Executive Management. “Despite all these efforts, it’s still taking a long time to fill vacancies or we’re unable to find enough of the specialists needed. This means we face a growing risk of a shortage of the vital IT resources required over the medium and long term to implement the digitization of Swiss Post as planned,” adds Eger. Thirland and its companies are becoming increasingly digital. More and more Swiss Post solutions, processes and working procedures are based on information technology. Swiss Post is also continually developing new digital services. The company’s IT unit with its 1,300 staff is the driving force behind these rapid developments. Swiss Post has one of the biggest IT departments in Switzerland. It is making considerable investments in this area by improving internal basic and advanced training opportunities, promoting mobile working and by focusing on diversity. “We’re doing everything we can to position ourselves as an attractive IT employer,” says Wolfgang Eger, CIO and Member of Executive Management. “Despite all these efforts, it’s still taking a long time to fill vacancies or we’re unable to find enough of the specialists need s wouldn’t only have a negative impact on Swiss Post itself, but also on the Swiss public and economy. Swiss Post needs to avoid such a scenario. That’s why the company has no option but to look for fresh solutions.

Switzerland will face a shortage of around 35,000 IT professionals up to 2028. Around 70 IT vacancies at Swiss Post were unfilled at the end of August 2022. The recruitment process is taking increasingly longer – and often takes over nine months for data specialists. There are no signs of this trend reversing. On the contrary, the shortage of IT professionals and battle to attract the best IT talent is intensifying. Estimates indicate that Switzerland will face a shortage of around 35,000 IT professionals up to 2028. On top of that, around 270 employees are also set to retire from Swiss Post’s IT unit over the next decade. And Swiss Post also wants to remain independent of external IT providers in key areas of expertise in future.

Setting up a subsidiary in Portugal will provide access to more IT specialists Against this backdrop, Swiss Post is adopting a fresh approach and setting up its own IT site in Portugal. This move will give the company access to the IT skills required on the European labour market – particularly in software development, data and business analysis and cybersecurity. The Swiss Post site in Lisbon will begin operations in the first quarter of 2023 with around 50 specialists. It then aims to increase headcount to around 120 employees over the coming years. Swiss Post is founding a new subsidiary in Portugal with the name “Swiss Post I/T Portugal”. Out of the various locations evaluated, Lisbon best meets Swiss Post’s requirements. IT professionals in Portugal possess extensive expertise, the quality of work is high and the working conditions and work culture are similar to Switzerland. A site in Europe also facilitates close, day-to-day collaboration with the IT teams in Switzerland.

Swiss Post is retaining its Swiss IT sites and will not transfer any jobs abroad Swiss Post agreed the setting-up of an IT site in Portugal in close collaboration with the social partners and has provided them with transparent information about the reasons and objectives UNI Apro Post & Logistics 5 of the project. Wolfgang Eger, CIO at Swiss Post underlines the point: “The setting-up of the campus in Portugal does not involve the transfer of any jobs from Switzerland abroad. The aim is to recruit the IT specialists in Portugal that we are unable to find sufficient numbers of in Switzerland”. This means the Lisbon site will complement Swiss Post’s existing IT sites in Switzerland. One thing is clear: Switzerland will remain Swiss Post’s main location for IT. And Swiss Post will continue developing its existing IT sites in Switzerland. The company intends to strengthen its position as a key IT employer and training company over the coming years and is set to create around 200 new IT jobs by 2030. “The demand for IT skills at Swiss Post will continue to grow,” adds Eger.

Swiss Post IT: one of Switzerland’s biggest IT departments with around 1,300 employees

▪ Swiss Post has the third-largest IT department of companies operating nationally in Switzerland. 1,300 employees and around 400 external IT specialists are driving forward the digitization of Swiss Post. ▪ The department handles over 400 software projects each year, runs more than 1,000 applications and has around 5,000 databases – with these figures set to rise in future. ▪ Swiss Post has comprehensively transformed its IT department since 2019, consistently aligning it with the new “Swiss Post of tomorrow” strategy. ▪ Besides its headquarters in Zollikofen, Swiss Post has IT sites in Bern, Zurich and many other places in Switzerland. It has also upgraded its locations in Neuch√Ętel and Bellinzona into competence centers over recent years. This provides Swiss Post with key IT expertise throughout Switzerland. ▪ Swiss Post also takes on around 60 ICT apprentices a year, providing training in information and communication technology.

Source: https://www.post.ch/en/about-us/media/press-releases/2022/swiss-post-opens-its-own-it-development-site-in-portugal-to-secure-vital-it-expertise-for-future-development


5.Pos Indonesia accelerates implementation of green industry principles September 10, 2022

Energy security has now become a concept for all countries in the world by converting fossil energy to renewable energy. Pos Indonesia, as a state-owned enterprise, must demonstrate that it is also a priority.

Jakarta (ANTARA) - State-owned postal company PT Pos Indonesia showcased commitment to accelerating implementation of green industry principles in running the logistics business, including through the use of electric vehicles and environment-friendly renewable energy. Director of Courier and Logistics Business of Pos Indonesia Siti Choiriana, in a statement here on Saturday, said the use of clean energy and electric vehicles is aimed at helping the company to become competitive at the national and international levels. "Energy security has now become a concept for all countries in the world by converting fossil energy to renewable energy. Pos Indonesia, as a state-owned enterprise, must demonstrate that it is also a priority," she remarked.

Choiriana noted that the company currently has over 300 electric motorcycles and more than 10 electric cars. Those vehicles are also used by its couriers, especially by women couriers. Pos Indonesia has used electric vehicles for its courier and logistics services in several regions, such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, and Bali. In addition to using electric vehicles, Pos Indonesia started to utilize clean energy sourced from solar radiation. So far, there are only two pilot projects for the use of solar energy by Pos Indonesia: the service office in Bali and the logistics warehouse in Tambun, Bekasi, West Java. She noted that solar energy is utilized in the Bali service office, as the region is the center of events of the G20 Presidency of Indonesia. Meanwhile, solar energy utilization in its logistics warehouse in Tambun aims to showcase its fulfillment service for micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs). "The two locations become the pilot projects. If the results are good, we will implement it in Pos Indonesia's offices and warehouses in various regions," she remarked.

 Source : https://en.antaranews.com/news/249105/pos-indonesia-accelerates-implementationof-green-industry-principles