Australia Post Are Going Green

The postal service in many countries like Australia, is looking for new ways to deliver the mail to you. There’s a large concern about the environment and the costs to deliver mail to residences. Here’s how Australia Post is going green to help protect the environment and get the mail to you.

Mail is Costly

It’s expensive to get the mail to you. Local as well as international mail prices continue to rise each year. In Australia they plan to release an “E” vehicle early next year to get the mail to you quickly. It has up to three times the parcel carrying capacity as regular services. It can carry up to 100 small parcels and 1,200 letters at any one time. This is Australia strategy to focus on parcel as well as e-commerce deliveries as there’s been a reduction in standard mail deliveries in recent years.

Jobs Are Changing

Traditional mail jobs are changing in places like Australia and the postal service has to change along with this. By allowing postal workers to carry more packages, Australia is ensuring that their jobs are viable into the future as we change the way we deliver packages and mail. Since e-commerce has grown over the year’s there’s no more parcel shipping to Australia and the postal services there have to address this fact.

Less Impact on Environment

The volume of regular mail lettershas gone down so it doesn’t make much senseto have a lot of vehicle son the road to deliver mail that’s reduced. By having larger vehicles, Australia can still get hr mail to you, but it’s also helping the environment as the larger vehicles can carry more mail and packages. Next year the new ‘E” vehicle will come to the major cities in Australia. By mid 2017, there should be a larger roll out of these new vehicles to ensure that the mail gets delivered to where it needs to go. The Road Transportation Authority still needs to approve the roil out, but that is expected to happen.

In Australia they are thinking of ways to keep jobs, protect the environment, and get the mail out to you. With less letter mail, but more packages the idea of having trucks which can carry more mail means the mail still gets delivered. This means there’s fewer vehicles impacting the environment in Australia. Bluepoppy Van Leasing

Australia Post plans to trial the new e-vehicle in capital cities next year, beginning in select locations, with a decision on a broader roll-out expected by mid-late 2017 (pending approval from the Road Transport Authority).
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