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FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARCEL POSTING LIMIT

10 November 2017

Contrary to reports published in the media, the parcel posting limit introduced by Magyar Posta does not affect private individuals.

 

MAGYAR POSTA EXPANDS ITS LOGISTIC PREMISES

9 November 2017

Magyar Posta has increased its parcel processing capacities by over 21,000 square metres for the end of the year. The Company’s measure also helps the Christmas peak traffic this year. The parcel turnover exceeded last year’s Christmas season average already in October.

 

INFORMATION ON THE INTRODUCTION OF A DAILY PARCEL POSTING LIMIT

7 November 2017

With effect from 15 November until withdrawal, non-contractual customers may only post at most 5 MPL Business Parcels and 5 MPL Net Parcels per day.

 

INFORMATION ON SUSPENSION OF SERVICE

26 October 2017

From 20 November 2017, Magyar Posta temporarily suspends the delivery of mail items requiring separate or special handling.

 

Joint press release by the National Tax and Customs Administration and Magyar Posta Zrt.

24 October 2017

In the weeks leading up to Christmas the average daily parcel turnover doubles. For this critical period, Magyar Posta expands its logistics capacities, and the National Tax and Customs Administration gets ready for the increase in customs clearances usual at this time. It is advisable to take into account the delivery deadline indicated by the web store when making an online purchase and to make conscious decisions about orders in the knowledge of the customs rules.

 

CAPACITY OF PARCEL TERMINALS EXPANDING THIS YEAR WITH SIMULTANEOUS PRICE increase

1 October 2017

From October the price of Magyar Posta’s parcel terminal service is going up. Simultaneously, the Company is developing and expanding its 10 most popular parcel terminals before the Christmas peak period. The use of parcel terminals has increased significantly over the last year, and this service is now one of the most popular among both business partners and private customers.

 

SCHOOLBOOKS DELIVERED SUCCESSFULLY

31 August 2017

Textbooks for the new academic year have been delivered to schools on time. Magyar Posta transported the textbooks to some 4,100 schools in more than 1,700 towns and villages during August.

 

START SCHOOL TOGETHER! CAMPAIGN

24 August 2017

Hungarian Interchurch Aid has begun handing out school packs to children in need.
Thanks to the donations of callers to the 1353 charity line, the first school pack has reached a family in need.

 

MAGYAR POSTA ISSUES A COMMEMORATIVE STAMP IN HONOUR OF THE YEAR OF SAINT LADISLAUS

15 August 2017

Magyar Posta has released a definitive stamp with a label to celebrate the Year of Saint Ladislaus, which went on sale on 15 August.

 

CHANGE OF PERSONNEL IN MAGYAR POSTA’S MANAGEMENT

10 August 2017

Zsolt László Majláth, Magyar Posta’s Chief Operations Officer, will become the chief executive of the banknote printing company Pénzjegynyomda Zrt. on 1 September 2017.

 

No significant reduction is expected in the number of food and drink vending machines

3 August 2017

Thanks to the supervision units installed in food and drink vending machines, not only will the protection of legitimate businesses and the whitening of the industry be achieved, but operators may also receive up-to-date and accurate data on the goods turnover of the vending machines.

 

Food and drink vending machine supervisory service

29 June 2017

Government Decree 173/2017 appointed Magyar Posta Zrt. to perform the supervisory services over the food and drink vending machines. Magyar Posta will start the service on 1 July 2017.

 

CHANGES FOR BILL PAYMENT

28 June 2017

The EU Regulation entering into force on 26 June has brought only minor changes for cheque payment at post offices.

 

MAGYAR POSTA IS A NEW PARTNER IN DEVELOPING FINANCIAL LITERACY

23 June 2017

According to the cooperation agreement of the Central Bank (Magyar Nemzeti Bank - ‘MNB’) and Magyar Posta Zrt., consumers can now obtain general and seasonal information to develop everyday financial literacy at post offices. Thanks to the agreement a new partner has joined the Central Bank’s consumer protection campaign to present financial travel information for the summer.

 

Magyar Posta has acquired 160 Opels for the mobile post service

6 June 2017

Magyar Posta has acquired 160 Opels for the mobile post service accessible in villages.The vehicles were delivered by Opel Hungary by mid June.

 

MAGYAR POSTA 2016 BALANCE SHEET: GROWTH IN ALL BUSINESSES

31 May 2017

Magyar Posta Zrt., as planned, achieved HUF 3.8 billion profit before tax in 2016.

 

Magyar Posta is developing a letter mail item tracking system - press release

9 March 2017

Within the KÖFOP-1.0.0-VEKOP-15 scheme entitled "Reducing Administrative Burdens", the consortium led by Magyar Posta Zrt. is granted non-reimbursable aid of HUF 2.4 billion for its priority project with identification number KÖFOP-1.0.0-VEKOP-15-2016-00026 entitled "Official Item Tracking". The aim of the project is to develop the tracking of identified letter mail items.

 
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