Turkey’s “Mail Development Index” score is declining.
Prepared by UPU, of which Turkey is also a member, countries’ %22mail%22 sector (letter, postal parcel & cargo, express) %22speed, delivery time, international work with operators in other countries, the number of transactions, the number of infrastructures (such as the number of post offices), Covid-19.%22 According to the %22Mail Development Index%22 data, which evaluates 0-100 points according to criteria such as resilience to events such as -19, %22to innovate%22, Turkey ranked 48th among 170 countries with 53.66 points in 2017, and 47 points in 2020 with 51.51 points. ‘th place.
The top 10 countries in this list are respectively; Switzerland (100 points), Austria (95.35), Germany (94.22), Netherlands (92.74), Japan (90.46), France (86.58), USA (83.47), UK ( 81.81), Canada (78.58) and Singapore (77.90).
The postal sector, which employs 5.23 million people in 656,000 Post Offices in 170 countries, plays an important role in the socio-economic development of countries. Affordable and efficient universal postal services provide access to extensive communication and infrastructure networks of economic units (companies, individuals), significantly reducing transaction costs between them.
- Postal Development Report (2020, 2019, 2018, 2017) ,
- International Bureau Executive Office (DIRCAB)
- Research and Strategy Program October 2020, Universal Postal Union (UPU)
- 2IPD : Integrated Index for Postal Development (comparative showing the evolution of postal services).
- 170 countries for 2020, 172 countries for 2019, 173 countries for 2018, 170 countries for 2017
- 5.23 Million jobs in 656,000 Post Offices: UPU (2020), Postal Economic Outlook