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Australia Post Christmas deliveries – Grab A – Bob Black
Bob Black, Australia Post Group Chief Operations Officer - 10 million parcels.
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Date Published: 15 December 2017
All Videos: 18 videos on 2 pages
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Overlay footage of the three-wheeled Swiss built Kyburz, that will allow posties to deliver more small parcels than ever before.

Thursday 30 March marks the first day of the 2017 FIAP (Federation of Inter-Asian Philately) Melbourne Stamp Exhibition, with throngs descending into Caulfield to see rare and unusual stamps, coins, gemstones and classic cars.

Clips with: instructions on how to organise your Santa Mail; children writing their letters, and participating in activity with Santa.

Australia Post today announced plans to trial a new look electric delivery vehicle that will allow posties to deliver more small parcels than ever before. The new e-vehicle has three times the parcel carrying capacity of the current postie motorbike and can hold up to 100 small parcels and 1,200 letters at a time. The e-vehicle is planned for introduction across major cities from early next year.

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