Romanian Post plans investments of 22 million euros to automate logistics processes in centers in Bucharest and Cluj

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The Romanian National Post Company (CNPR) plans investments of 22 million euros for the design, construction, and development of the Bucharest-North Transit Center, respectively the renovation and retrofitting of the Cluj-Napoca Transit Center. The management announces the signing of the new specifications necessary for the international procurement procedures, carried out following the public consultation, Agerpres reports.

The investment in the two projects amounts to 22 million euros, and the specifications are part of the documentation that will be sent to the National Agency for Public Procurement (ANAP) for publication in the European Journal of Public Procurement (JUE) and in the Collaborative Information System for a high-performance procurement environment (SICAP) in order to select the best technical-economic offers for achieving the two objectives.

“For the first time, the steps to modernize and automate logistics processes at the company level, through the reform and digital transformation of operational mail and courier flows, take shape and become clear, realistic and achievable projects,” said Horia Grigorescu, CEO of the CNPR. He estimates that from the moment the procedures will be assigned, the automated sorting line in Cluj will be ready in about a year, and the center in Bucharest in a maximum of two years.

Through the new investments, the Post Office aims to increase the degree of distribution, process a larger number of shipments, letters, parcels, shorten delivery times, and, implicitly, increase revenue.

Romanian Post is the largest national operator in the field of postal services and is owned by the Romanian state, represented by the Ministry of Research, Innovation, and Digitalization (93.52%) and by the Fondul Proprietatea fund (6.48%).

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