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In Vladivostok, an expanded postal complex with a doubled capacity will be launched
The head of the Far Eastern Customs Administration (DVTU), Sergey Pashko, said that the Vladivostok Aviation Branch of the postal traffic in July plans to launch an expanded mail exchange complex. The new complex will double the capacity, bringing it to 24 thousands of international mail monthly.
According to INTERFAX information with reference to customs, the total number of international mail items (including export and import parcels) in the region of the FTIU in 2013 year increased compared to 2012 year by 75%, to more than 114 thousand. For 5 months of 2014 year, more 59 thousand parcels.
From the territory of the DFO, international postal items are most often exported to Japan, the Republic of Korea, the USA, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.