Romanian postal service company Posta Romana invests 24,000 euros in an ATM


BUCHAREST (Romania), June 6 (SeeNews) – Public postal operator Posta Romana announced on Monday that it has opened its first ATM after an investment of 120,000 lei (26,000/24,000 euros).

The automated counter can weigh and measure packages, while printing AWB labels and receipts, Posta Romana said in a press release. Taxes and bills can also be paid using the equipment.

“We are convinced that the presence of this option in our post offices will be an important step in the process of digital transformation of a range of postal services in order to better respond to market demands”, said the general manager of Posta Romana , Valentin Stefan.

Posta Romana has the largest distribution network in Romania, employing over 23,000 people in 5,500 units. The Romanian state holds a 93.52% stake in the company, with the rest held by the investment fund Fondul Proprietatea.

Posta Romana announced in May that it had partnered with supermarket chain Auchan Romania to sell 150 types of products at its postal branches.

According to data from the Ministry of Finance, Posta Romana recorded a net profit of 42.5 million lei in 2021, compared to a net profit of 29.3 million lei the previous year. The company’s net revenue was 1.35 billion lei in 2021, up from 1.28 billion lei in 2020.

(1 euro = 4.9414 Romanian lei)


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