Annual Report 2015

Renewing Posti – one step ahead

1650 M€

The Group’s net sales
were EUR 1,650.3 million.

22000

At the end of 2015, the Group had a total of 21,598 employees.

100 %

Posti Green services’ share of all deliveries.

"Going forward, we expect various logistics services to be the engine of Posti’s growth."

Heikki Malinen President and CEO

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Quite a jigsaw puzzle

Olvi’s Timo Tikkanen and Posti’s Jari Vänskä work with their colleagues to put together a...

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Posti made youngsters move on the football pitch

Posti has a long history of supporting Finnish football, both at the top and at the grassroots level. We were the main cooperation partner of the Football Association of Finland from 1994 to 2015.

As part of our partnership with the Football Association of Finland, we promoted a better future and physical activity among young people under the Osoitteena Futis (“The Address is Football”) project. Participating clubs sponsored by Posti...

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Posti is responsible for Anttila’s supply chain services

Anttila and Posti signed in December an agreement on the supply chain services in Finland for all department stores and online stores of Anttila. Under the agreement, Posti is responsible for the warehousing services of 25 Anttila department stores, nine Kodin1 department stores and Anttila.com and Kodin1.com online stores with associated value-added services, transport of products to the stores and transport and return services of online store...

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European stamp promotes green thinking

In spring 2016, European postal operators will publish a joint Think Green stamp that features the same image in all countries. The motif was selected in a joint design competition organized by PostEurop, the association of European public postal operators. The winner of the competition was a postage stamp designed by Doxia Sergidou from Cyprus. Posti also participated in the design competition.

The Think Green stamp...

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Seamless Purchase-to-Pay chain

The housing investment company SATO has a clear goal: a predictable and transparent process from purchase to payment.

SATO outsourced its accounts payable tasks to OpusCapita in summer 2014. The solution includes accounts payable tasks and systems as a cloud service, as well as process development. In early 2015, SATO implemented a new procurement system provided by OpusCapita’s partner.

“We decided to partner with...