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“We talk about e-commerce and everyone thinks of the likes of Amazon, but actually over 50%  of our parcels originate in Ireland.” Photograph: Getty Images

An Post will increase stamp charges by 10 per cent for domestic letters, while rocketing freight costs will add 30 cent to international mail prices, (...)

Dublin postwoman Laura Fitzsimons: An Post plans to help 30,000 homeowners retrofit their homes, have 2,000 electric vehicles  and spend €100 million on sustainability. Photograph:  Maxwells

An Post is to bring forward its target of achieving net-zero emissions to 2030, and is on track to halve its emissions by 2025 from a 2009 baseline, a(...)

The telephone company had been in the middle of reintegrating its customer-care function, which had previously been outsourced, when the Covid-19 pandemic hit. File photograph: Maxwells

Eir bosses have admitted the company scored a major own goal last year when it came to customer care. The telephone company had been in the middle of(...)

David McRedmond: An Post has about 116 sorting offices but ‘maybe five are fit for handling parcels’. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An Post is planning a €100 million-plus investment in new infrastructure over the next three years to cope with the surge in parcel deliveries driven (...)

Tina Tulley, manager at the An Post Dublin Parcel Hub in Dublin 12. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Someone in Lucan is getting an electric scooter for Christmas. It arrived by ship from Poland early on Thursday morning and found its way to An Post’s(...)

“Fairer recruitment, visible change, and public commitment all played their part” in driving down the pay gap, chief executive David McRedmond said.

An Post says it has reduced its gender pay gap to just 1.4 per cent while improving female representation across all management and staff groupings. (...)

An Post’s Dublin mails centre, adjacent to its Dublin parcels hub, which opened a year ago in Dublin 12.  Photograph: Maxwell’s.

An Post is forecasting the busiest ever online shopping fortnight with Black Friday and a desire to support Irish retailers spurring ecommerce activit(...)

Ornua global foods division managing director Róisín Hennerty, who has won The Irish Times Business Person of the Year Award 2020. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The managing director of Ornua’s global foods division, Róisín Hennerty, has won The Irish Times Business Person of the Year Award at a virtual ceremo(...)

While An Post has been impacted by the Covid crisis, it won plaudits for keeping its postal services operating during the lockdown. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Businesses have had plenty to contend with over the past 12 months with increased US-China tensions and Brexit among the pressures. That was even befo(...)

The second set of seven winners of this year’s Irish Times Business Person of the Month Awards are among the country’s most accomplished business leaders. Photograph: Getty Images

From multimillion euro company sales to success in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, the second set of seven winners of this year’s Irish Times Busin(...)

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