Guelphia Post Office

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Guelphia Post Office
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Organisation
Type Crown monopoly
Owner(s) Government of Guelphia
Employees 7,600
Predecessor(s) Postmaster-General's Department
Founded [1]
Headquarters Post Office Square
40-42 King Alexander Street
Kingsbury, CENT
Key people Viscount Goodwin (chairman)
Kaleen Norman (managing director)
Products and services
Industry Postal service
Products Mail and courier services, philately, personal banking
Finances
Revenue Decrease £74.25 million (2015/16)
Net income Decrease £7.5 million (2015/16)

Guelphia Post Office is a crown monopoly responsible for providing postal service in Guelphia.

History

Regulation

Operations

From an organisational perspective, the GPO is crown monopoly fully owned by the Government of Guelphia. The corporation is responsible for all mail operations in Guelphia. The GPO is led by a board of directors, currently chaired by Viscount Goodwin, who are assisted by a managing director who oversees the day-to-day organisation of the corporation.

The GPO provides a large number of mail services as would be expected from a modern provider. By law, mail services must be regular and time, with daily deliveries made to addresses throughout the country on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Additional Saturday deliveries occur for business addresses in Kingsbury, Corfe Harbour, Swanbrook, and Port Frederick, and for all addresses during the month of December.

References and notes

  1. The Administrative Arrangements Order (No. 1) 1972, was the Administrative Arrangements Order that established the Guelphia Post Office.