Romania’s state-controlled postal services company Posta Romana will receive two grants worth USD 260,000 to develop projects aimed at improving the quality of services.
The projects have been approved and will be financed by the Universal Postal Union (UPU), the company announced on Tuesday.
The company will buy ergonomic mobile scanners that allow operators to have their hands free while handling postal items and thus reduce the time spent using a regular scanner. Thus, the devices will be installed on a glove. At the same time, the company will purchase X-ray equipment and explosive detection equipment necessary for the Otopeni International Exchange Bureau (BSI).