SingPost aims to bring services to doorstep

SingPost group chief executive Paul Coutts says the company is still a long way from where it wants to be, but his efforts since he took on the top job last year appear to be paying off. SingPost has seen year-on-year profit growth the last two quart
SingPost group chief executive Paul Coutts says the company is still a long way from where it wants to be, but his efforts since he took on the top job last year appear to be paying off. SingPost has seen year-on-year profit growth the last two quarters.ST PHOTO: SONG TAO

It plans to expand parcel locker network; delivering food and medicine is on the cards

A post office under every Housing Board block that operates round the clock could one day become reality if SingPost has its way.

The postal service provider plans to grow its network of POPStation parcel lockers, which may in time double up as unmanned post offices, said SingPost group chief executive Paul Coutts.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 13, 2018, with the headline 'SingPost aims to bring services to doorstep'. Print Edition | Subscribe