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Russian Post will modernize logistics in Chukotka
Russian Post plans to start modernizing the logistics infrastructure in Chukotka. This is necessary to increase order processing volumes and reduce shipping times.
According to the Russian Post press service, investment projects for the development of logistics in the region were discussed by Igor Chebunin, Deputy Director General for Logistics at Russian Post JSC, and Roman Kopin, Governor of Chukotka, online within the framework of the Idea into Business. Business is the result ”.
In 2022, Russian Post plans to construct a new building for the Aviation Mail Transport Department (AOPP) in the village of Ugolny Kopi. This will allow in the future to use new types of delivery - small aircraft and alternative modes of transport. The area of the AOPP will be about 3,5 thousand square meters. meters, will have a direct connection through the flyover with the transport warehouse of Anadyr airport. There are also plans to build on the territory of the department a warm garage for four Trekol all-terrain vehicles, which will be used on new regular logistics routes.
As Igor Chebunin noted, the area and level of automation of the new aviation department of the Russian Post in Chukotka will be multiplied - this will increase the throughput capacity of the department and the speed of mail processing.
“We are also considering the possibility of accelerating air logistics in the field using an unmanned aircraft system,” he added.
Last year, the Russian Post delivered more than 900 tons of postal items to Chukotka. This is a significant indicator for the Arctic region with difficult climatic conditions. During seasons of high demand, the Post uses its own Tu-204 cargo planes to deliver parcels and mail, after which they are sent by local aviation, by cars and all-terrain vehicles.