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An Post delivered paid postcards for every home in Ireland, encouraging people to stay in contact while in isolation, along with a COVID-19 informational and educative booklet.
Austrian Post aligns its operations to the Global Compact and advocates the implementation of the UN’s global objectives called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
‘LOVE YOU’ allows one to stay close to his or her loved ones during the COVID-19 lockdown.
The COVID-19 crisis shows that companies can provide solutions with positive local social impact, helping vulnerable people and relieving their urgent needs.
At COP25 held in Madrid in 2019, Correos announced its environmental commitments by 2030, such as becoming carbon-neutral before that date. Those goals and action plans are included in its Sustainability Plan 2020.
With 8 million users within 2 months, maladiecoronavirus.fr enables anyone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 to self-evaluate and benefit from health recommendations.
Poste Italiane and the Carabinieri collaborated to deliver pensions to retired people directly at home because of COVID-19.
During the COVID crisis, Posti sent a leaflet to all its employees, with a variety of recommendations and tools for maintaining physical and mental health.
During the COVID-19 health crisis, the Luxembourg government deemed POST Luxembourg’s services essential with a contribution beyond its postal services.
Through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), PostNL strives to reduce its relative combined scope 1 and 2 emissions in CO2 per kilometre by 80%.
Three-wheel scooters are the next step towards emissions-free delivery in the last mile in 2030
PostNL is constantly looking to operate efficiently and not clock up any unnecessary kilometres
PostNL makes its buildings and facilities more sustainable
PostNL assists its customers with products and services to make the delivery as sustainable as possible
PostNord’s ambitious footprint reduction goal was among the first to be approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
Swiss Post produced a special stamp to contribute to Swiss Solidarity’s fundraising campaign for people heavily impacted by the coronavirus crisis.
Swiss Post is reducing rent for its tenants who have been severely hit by lockdown. In some cases, the company is even refraining entirely from collecting payment.
Swiss Post was one of the first national postal companies to join EV100 (Electric Vehicles 100).
Swiss Post is tackling the new challenges in city logistics with new ideas, such as acquiring a majority stake in the bicycle courier start-up “notime”.
By 2020, Swiss Post is committed to build three new regional parcel centers in Cadenazzo, Untervaz and Vétroz.