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Russian Post will improve logistics in Chukotka
Investment projects of the Russian Post for the development of logistics in Chukotka were discussed by the governor of the region Roman Kopin and the deputy general director for logistics of JSC Russian Post Igor Chebunin. There are plans to increase the speed of forwarding shipments and the volume of order processing.
According to the press service of the Chukotka governments, the meeting took place online within the framework of the third interregional forum “Idea in Business. Business is the result ”. According to Roman Kopin, the volume of postage is growing in the region. In 2020, the Russian Post delivered about 900 tons of postal items to the residents of Chukotka. This is for a region where changeable weather and lack of seats on regular routes often make their own adjustments.
Therefore, it is important that residents do not feel this on themselves. In addition to comfortable post offices, we would like to see the speed of delivery of items increase, the throughput of the offices increases, and the sending process was simpler.
To this Igor Chebunin noted that the company plans to modernize the logistics infrastructure of Chukotka. This will help increase order processing and shorten shipment deadlines.
Also, by 2022, the Russian Post will build a new branch building in the village of Ugolnye Kopi with an area of 3,5 thousand square meters. This will increase the production space, which is now in short supply, and will allow the development of new delivery methods. For example, small aircraft and alternative modes of transport. In addition, the new building will be connected to Anadyr directly through an overpass. It will also house a warm garage for all-terrain vehicles, which will also be used to deliver parcels on regular routes. Also, according to Igor Chebunin, there are plans to use unmanned aerial vehicles to improve logistics.