February 8, 2013 - 17:27 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - The official reopening ceremony of completely modernized post office in Talin town, Aragatsotn province, took place Friday, Feb 8.
The ceremony was attended by Aram Arsenyan, Deputy Head of Aragatsotn Province, Sargis Aramyan, Mayor of Talin, Juan Pablo Gechidjian, Trust manager of Hypost” as well as the residents.
As Mr. Aram Arsenyan, Deputy Head of Aragatsotn Province noted in his speech “This is a breath of 21st century. It is a pleasure that the residents of Talin will benefit from the 21th century services.”
For his part, the Mayor of Talin thanked the managing staff of Haypost for the establishment of a high level post office.
Along with construction and exterior design works, the labor standards and infrastructure have been also updated and changed; new computers and equipment that meet current programs have been installed. Postal offices are equipped with modern security systems and video recording equipment.
The trust manager of HayPost CJSC, HayPost Trust Management B.V., carries on in 2013 the large- scale modernization and development program of the national postal operator of the RA, which is planning to modernize 60 post offices and branches till the end of this year, making them correspond to the new standards. HayPost Trust Management attaches special attention to the appropriate presence of HayPost CJSC and the development of the postal and adjacent services in the regions. According to the new project, 8 post offices will be modernized in Yerevan and 52 post offices in the regions.
The modernized post offices began providing services with modern IT technologies, state-of—the-art software and on-line connection to the head office, which allow providing faster and efficient postal, financial and commercial services to the residents of the villages.
HayPost Trust Management intends to develop the traditional postal service in the Republic of Armenia, introduce more modern courier, financial and commercial services to make HayPost the leading national postal operator in the region.