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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
28 June 2017
The EU Regulation entering into force on 26 June has brought only minor changes for cheque payment at post offices.
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.
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.
31 May 2017
Magyar Posta Zrt., as planned, achieved HUF 3.8 billion profit before tax in 2016.
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.