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The APP boasts a membership of some of the largest postal administrations in the world, serving over 60% of the worlds population, our diverse memberships gain access to latest industry knowledge, reports and studies on the regional and global postal markets as well as keeping up to date with latest technologies and innovations.

Our members enjoy access to a wide resource of knowledge as well as the opportunity to collaborate and develop solutions which help all members to serve their communities and their customers.

With over 300 postal professionals from our 28 exclusive members, working together to find new solutions and more advanced ways to serve and win.

“The APP is a strong member driven organisation of Postal Operators from within the Asia-Pacific region. During my time as Chair of the Board we have improved the service performance quality of member Posts, as well as worked on a number of regional development initiatives. I am proud of the work the APP has accomplished and the dedication of our members”. -Bhavana Chhagan

Latest News


NZ Post invests in Supply Chain Solutions to provide end-to-end service to eCommerce customers

Posted on 7/26/2021
“eCommerce is the future for NZ Post, and providing end-to-end logistics and delivery to support eCommerce businesses to grow makes sense for us.


La Poste reportedly looking to save costs by slowing down second class delivery times

Posted on 7/26/2021
French national postal service provider La Poste is reportedly looking to add an extra day to the delivery time for second class letters (known as ‘lettres verts’) in order to save costs.


Seaport, maritime transport firms more profitable

Posted on 7/26/2021
Market recovery and larger freights helped Vietnamese seaport and maritime transport enterprises, both state-owned and private, gain bigger profits in the first half of this year.