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Date Published: 12 December 2016
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Australia’s biggest ever parcel delivery day this Monday – grabs and overlay.

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.

Australia Post will be the first major parcels and logistics company in the country to trial new technology to deliver small parcels by Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), or ‘drone’, to provide customers with even more choice on how and when they receive their online shopping.

B-roll footage of the upgraded Sydney and Melbourne Parcel Facilities completed November 2014.

Sydney and Melbourne parcel facility official opening.

Australia Post sorts parcels at its major parcels facilities

Australia Post at Christmas time.

Australia Post sorts letters at its major letters facilities.

Australia Post will introduce a concession stamp for the first time from 31 March 2014. The concession stamp will be available through the MyPost Concession Account, which entitles 5.7 million eligible Australians with access to 60 cent concession stamps for the next 3 years along with concession rates on other qualifying Australia Post services and a digital mailbox. The video shows Christine Corbett, Australia Post Executive General Manager, Retail Services and Consumer and b-roll footage of an Australia Post store.

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