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28 July, 2021

POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS MARKET GREW IN 2019

The statistical report on the evolution of the postal communications market in 2019, published today by the National Agency for Regulation in Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) on www.anrceti.md, shows that the revenues generated by postal services increased compared to 2018 by 11.1% and were estimated at about 403 million lei, while the total traffic of postal items increased by 7.6% and exceeded 62.3 million items.

The largest share of revenues were generated belongs to the revenues obtained from the realization of international items, which increased by 11.9% and amounted to 296.7 million lei, and the revenues obtained from domestic shipments increased by 8.8% and totaled just over 106 million she.

The analysis of postal traffic shows that the total number of postal items (correspondence, printed items (including M bags), small packages), processed in 2019, increased by 6.4% and reached 45 million, representing a share of 98,5% of the volume, while the number of postal parcels increased by 11.8% and reached 550.4 thousand, with 0.9% share. The number of express items increased by 2.5%, reaching about 402 thousand, which is 0.6% share. Of the total number of postal items, 54.1 million (86.9%) are domestic postal items, and 8.2 million (13.1- international (sent /received).

At the same time, the total volume of revenues from universal postal service provision increased by 11.3% and reached 235.9 million lei, which is about 59.3% of the total value of the postal communications market.

The postal traffic under the scope of universal postal service increased by 6.9% compared to 2018, making up 51.6 million items, with a share of 82.7% of the total postal mail traffic.

July 7, 2020

Changed: 15/07/2020