POAAL Podcast 32: outward trays and tubs payment

POAAL’s Chris Campbell explains the trays and tubs dispatched payment.

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New Australia Post Chairman

The Federal Government has appointed Mr Lucio Di Bartolomeo as the Chair of the Australia Post Board for a term of three years.

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ACCC doesn’t object to proposed BPR increase

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has decided to not object to a proposed increase in the Basic Postage Rate.

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Tasmanian meeting – LPO payments

POAAL’s Chris Campbell led an energetic discussion on how to increase LPO income under the LPO Payment Scheme at the POAAL Tasmanian meeting held in Ross.

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Melbourne meeting – maximising LPO income

A great group of Licensees came to a session featuring POAAL’s Chris Campbell focused on maximising Licensees’ income.

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POAAL Podcast 31: Preparing for Christmas peak

POAAL’s Bob Chizzoniti¬†discusses how postal operators around the world are preparing for peak parcel volumes.

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POAAL Podcast 30: If it packs, it posts

As part of the “Sending Made Easy” programme, Australia Post is introducing a flat-rate price structure for domestic parcels under 5kg.

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POAAL meets with Communications Minister

POAAL met with Paul Fletcher, the Minister for Communications. It was a constructive meeting, covering a range of important issues for Licensees and Mail Contractors.

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POAAL Podcast 29: Mail Management Fee

POAAL’s Bob Chizzoniti discusses Mail Management Fee, a mail payment for metro and rural LPOs.

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Australia Post announces reduced profit as letters fall

Australia Post has announced a profit before tax of $41 million, down 67 per cent year-on-year. As flagged when Australia Post released its HY19 results, falling letter volumes dragged the profit down.

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