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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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...

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Confectionery logistics in Russia

Russian confectionery company UNICONF selected Itella Russia as its sole logistics and warehouse partner in the summer of 2015. The two companies have been cooperating since 2006.

UNICONF is the largest confectionery company in Eastern Europe and the market leader in Russia. Their storage volume requires more than 20,000 pallets and they manufacture a wide range of consumer confectionery, from candies to cakes to chocolate, all of...

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Posti delivers fan merchandise for Jokerit

The Jokerit ice hockey team redesigned its online store for fan merchandise in late spring. As part of the renewal, Jokerit selected Posti as its supply chain solutions partner.

Starting from August 2015, Posti has handled product warehousing, transport and parcel delivery, as well as related services such as gift wrapping. The partnership extends beyond simple warehousing services to cover the entire order-supply chain.

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Printed advertisements are more memorable

“A printed advertisement is up to 24 times more memorable when people can see and touch it, compared to only seeing it,” says David Brennan, one of the authors of the 'Private Life of Mail' study by Royal Mail. Brennan discussed the results of the study at a customer event for Posti’s Marketing Services in August.

The study is groundbreaking in that it combines traditional market and media research with brain...

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Finland takes first place in driving habit competition

Finnish representatives Heikki Toikkanen and Päivi Blom took first place in the Drivers' Challenge driving habit competition organized by Posti and the International Post Corporation (IPC) in Ivalo in March. The runner-up pair was Tadgh Linehan and Tommy Dempsey from Ireland, with Andres Rojas Ruiz and Santiago Munoz of Spain finishing in third...