BVI Post Office to
Strengthen its Operations
General, Kevin Smith says that the Post Office is “leap-frogging” into the 22nd
century to bring the world closer to BVI residents. At the recent launching of
the stamp Anniversaries series he disclosed that the Post Office is literally
taking the Post out of the shadows and into the sunshine. "The trends in the
sector mandate that the Post diversify its portfolio thereby strengthening its
operations and providing leverage simultaneously. This means a wider range of
products and enhanced quality of services. For the year 2006 and beyond, it’s
all about innovation and technological advances. The ground work has already
been laid and now the implementation begins. Inquiring minds want to know, “Can
we pull it off?” With our dedicated staff and the support of the Ministry of
Finance, Minister of Finance and the Government, we are confident that we will
succeed," Smith said.
Smith, the BVI Post Office is heading in a completely new direction: "It’s
simply not the same old post. We have adopted a new logo that captures our
vision and drive…global services and global expansion. Behind the scenes, we
have already been working tirelessly to strengthen our core business. We
continue to resolve both local and international issues, which we intend to
publicize later this year."
Financial Secretary (DFS), and Chairperson of the ceremony, Mr. Neil Smith said
that the Post Office is aggressively moving towards introducing new products and
services. In fact, Mr. Smith pointed that the Post Office is on a swift move to
introduce new products, services and to become more business savvy and
effective. He said that "postal service is a complex interrelationship of trade
and logistics at the global level, and effective asset management at the
regional and local levels."
disclosed that the authorities understand that there are deficiencies in the
local service and are resolved to assist the Post Office to effectively manage
and promote itself in the future.
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