Thu, 26 Apr 2012 10:26a.m.
NZ Post could slash the number of days it delivers mail as it faces a make-or-break year on the back of falling mail volumes.
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27/04/2012 5:42:56 p.m.
woman in red wrote:
maybe they need to get rid of all the middle man and pen pushers, the ones that earn more than $25 a hour and manage to pretend their at work when their at home, or better still maybe upper management actually need to check up on their lower management, the posties are the genuine hard workers rain or shine.
26/04/2012 4:01:13 p.m.
Realistic Kiwi wrote:
This is inevitable...and perhaps, the day will come when you don't need postal or letter boxes anymore.
26/04/2012 1:05:00 p.m.
Once a company loses its market share profit shrinks. Trying to cut costs reduces service and that can lead to more loss. The main reason for the loss is the internet. An email is instant. Trade me would have helped postal markets with many goods shipped this way but overall the figues look grim. An old system that needs to move with the times and get onboard with technology. Nowadays the main thing received by post is bills and as companies move to online payment this will reduce more and more too.
Surley Cullen can buy a law change like sky city and increase rural costs and reduce the frequency. That would be a start.
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