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  • 1. Magyar Posta at a glance Budapest, 28 05 2010 International Business Unit Levente LÁSZLÓ
  • 2. 1 CEE and Hungary 2 Briefly about Magyar Posta 3 Briefly about International Business Unit 4 CEE Competence Center
  • 3. Europe and CEE
  • 4. Hungary and CEE market size COUNTRY POPULATION An average of 60-75% of the population is living in urban Bulgaria 7’700’000 areas. Czech Republic 10’200’000 Hungary 10’000’000 Poland 38’200’000 Romania 21’700’000 Slovakia 5’400’000 Slovenia 1’990’000 TOTAL 95’190’000 source: Study from PriceWaterHouseCooper, 2008
  • 5. Briefly about Hungary Population : 9 ,905,596 (July 2009 est.) Median age: 39,4 years Age structure: • 0-14 years: 15% • 15-64 years: 69,3% • 65+ years: 15,8% GDP per capita (PPP): $ 19,800 (2008 est.) GDP composition : • Agriculture: 3,2% • Industry: 31,9% • Services: 65% Currency : HUF Capital: Budapest
  • 6. Strategic role of Hungary in the European transport system Corridor 4 Corridor 5 To Germany: To Ukraine • Dresden • Lviv • Nuremberg • Kiev To Northern Sea ports Towards Russia and Asia Corridor 7 River Danube: Corridor 7 From Southern Germany... ... to the Black Sea Corridor 5 To Adrian ports • Koper Corridor 4 • Rijeka • Ploce To Black Sea ports • Istanbul • Constanta Corridor 10 To Aegean Sea Ports
  • 7. International recognition – World Mail Award 2009 Magyar Posta for its transformation from a bureaucratic postal organization to a customer orientated service provider.
  • 8. Briefly about Magyar Posta Hungary Postal network 93.000 km2 Headcount: 35,000 employees 10 million inhab. Network: 2,744 fixed + 356 3 500 localities „mobile” post offices (serving 1000 settlements) The Company Core business Corporatized in 1993 Mail : 1,6 billion pieces / year 100% state-owned Parcel : 5,2 million pieces / year Designated USP Financial trans.: 335 million / year Revenue: 770 million EUR Ildikó Szőts, Business Units CEO Domestic Domestic Corporate Private International Financial Logistic Customers Customers Customers Services Systems
  • 9. EBIT and PBT 2003 - 2009 EBIT in million EUR 29,2 30,0 22,4 25,0 20,5 18,4 18,9 20,0 15,5 15,0 11,1 10,0 5,0 0,0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Operating profit in million EUR
  • 10. Structure of Turnover
  • 11. International recognition – IPC Certificate of Excellence Quality is always rewarded ! Magyar Posta International Business Unit fully meets the most rigorous quality standards in handling international mail. Only 12 other operators in the world have had the privilege to be awarded. It is also the proof that our efficiency can meet your company’s requirements.
  • 12. Environmental Protection The introduction of the environmental management system (EMS) Clean air protection and energy management Waste management Joined programs of international postal organizations (UPU, IPC, PostEurope).
  • 13. Results of 2009 customer satisfaction survey 13
  • 14. Briefly about International Business Unit International Business Unit is responsible for all international mail (letters, parcel and express) activities of Magyar Posta History Established as business unit in 2004 to support the international activity of Magyar Posta. To be recognized as Competence Center Vision for CEE – for international postal services in the CEE and SEE countries. (1) international activity based on partnership and bilateral agreements Priorities (2) Leverage among the different sales channels and solutions (3) One Point of Entry to CEE-region for international postal services
  • 15. International Business Unit (strategic overview) Be the CEE Competence Center for our customers Earning the right to play Traditional on international market 2009 - 2012 international mail business 2005 - 2008 - 2004 • strategic partnerships • improving distribution quality • new sales & distribution channels • outbound and inbound • joining REIMS-East activity • tailor-made product portfolio • joining IPC-IDM • UPU products • low cost CEE logistic • joining IPC-EPG network • improvement of the • focusing extensively on the product portfolio customers’ needs • joining Pay-for- Performance EMS • bilateral agreements & partnerships
  • 16. CEE Competence Center CEE Sales and Distribution Channels (1) Terminal Dues – Utilizing (2) Direct Entry– Utilizing the UPU, Bilateral and Multilateral domestic products and specific (REIMS East) agreements for country conditions of the the final delivery of international receiving PPO for the final mail. delivery of mail. (3) Alternative Delivery Solutions (ADS) – Utilizing ADS including PPOs and delivery networks. .
  • 17. What are we doing ? (regional-distribution model) Price Postage cost Transport cost Distribution cost Reliability Service Leverage Price-Time-Product Lead-time Product Letter product Delivery lead-time Parcel product Transport lead-time Express product Efficiency
  • 18. What is motivating us? (satisfied customers)
  • 19. Thank you for your kind attention ! Ask for a competitive quotation e-mail: international@posta.hu