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Russian Post and Chukotka authorities outline a plan for the development of postal logistics in the region
The availability of postal services in remote settlements and the development of postal logistics in Chukotka was discussed on the fields of the WEF by the director of the Russian Post Nikolai Podguzov and the governor of the PJSC Roman Kopin.
As the press service of the Russian Post informs, one of the key tasks of the Chukotka branch is to increase the speed of delivery of parcels and timely processing of a growing number of postal poisonings. The volume of incoming mail flows increases every month by 20%. The Russian Post began the construction of a sorting center in the village of Ugolny Kopi, which will significantly expand the area for handling and storing mail.
36 from 48 post offices are located in remote areas of Chukotka. Delivery of cargo there is possible only by air transport. Dedicated to this limit is not enough. According to Nikolai Podguzov, the company needs the support of the regional government to increase the limits for regular flights, as well as assistance in the delivery of mail to remote districts of the district.
As the head of the ChAO noted, within the framework of the current agreement on cooperation in the field of postal communication development, the parties outlined a joint work plan and expect to see their result as early as the end of 2018. In particular, the parties plan to modernize the postal communication network and increase the availability of postal and financial services to the ChAO.
It is also planned to overhaul the largest branch, serving 15,5 thousand residents of Anadyr. It will bring modern furniture and the latest technical support, allowing to increase the speed and quality of service to the population.