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National Mail Extending Service To Wellington

National Mail Extending Competitive Mail Service To Wellington

Business communication specialist, National Mail New Zealand Limited, is all set to launch its competitive mail service into the capital city.

The company, which been operating in Auckland for well over a year, is now gearing up operations from its base in Ngauranga to deliver mail to the greater Wellington region, including Porirua and the Hutt Valley.

National Mail’s chief executive, Antony Fowler, said today that the company’s posties would be delivering mail to businesses and households as from Monday, with the distinctive blue National Mail public letter boxes due to appear on the streets in the very near future.

He said the expansion of the National Mail operation brought truly competitive mail services to Wellington and represented a major step in the company’s goal of establishing nationwide coverage within two years.

“National Mail has already achieved a significant presence in the Auckland business mail market and our aim is to do the same in Wellington,” Mr Fowler said.

“Because we operate on a prepaid envelope or volume mail basis and make full use of automated mail systems, we are able to offer highly competitive rates to businesses sending mail for delivery to their customers in the Wellington and Auckland areas.

“National Mail prides itself on being a compact and agile company, able to offer innovative and flexible solutions to business’s mail requirements. In the near future, we will be offering an even wider array of services, integrating traditional mail services with modern electronic communications media, thus living up to our motto of ‘Redefining the Business of Mail’.

“We are proud to be a leading player in the New Zealand communications market and it is our intention to make sure that our clients reap the full benefit of competition in a deregulated mail environment,” Mr Fowler said.

National Mail is a registered postal operator, listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange, offering efficient mail services the greater Auckland and Wellington regions.


For further information, please contact:
Antony Fowler
Chief Executive, National Mail New Zealand Limited
Tel: 025 352 079 or
Brett Dumbleton
Tel 025 490 867

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