Swiss Post (French: La Poste suisse, Italian: La Posta Svizzera, German: Die Schweizerische Post, Romansh: La Posta Svizra) is the national postal service of Switzerland. A public company owned by the Swiss Confederation, it is the country's second largest employer (after the Federation of Migros Cooperatives). The group is based in Bern.
|(in German) Die Schweizerische Post|
(in French) La Poste suisse
(in Italian) La Posta Svizzera
(in Romansh) La Posta Svizra
|Fully state-owned limited company (AG) regulated by public law|
|Roberto Cirillo, CEO wef 21/9/2018|
|Revenue||8,224 million CHF (2015)|
Number of employees
In June 2018, Susanne Ruoff resigned as chief executive officer after its PostBus Switzerland subsidiary was accused of "manipulating its accounting and systematically concealing profits in order to collect excess subsidies." Deputy CEO Ulrich Hurni will serve as CEO on an acting basis. Subsequently Roberto Cirillo was appointed as new CEO on 21 Nov 2018.
- E-mail letter
- PostFinance, independent unit of Swiss Post in financial services
- PostBus Switzerland, a bus transport service operated by Swiss Post
- SuisseID, an electronic identity system developed by Swiss Post
- SwissID, a different electronic identity system developed by Swiss Post and Swiss Federal Railways
- e-voting solution
- Swiss Post Solutions, a Digital Transformation company
Notes and referencesEdit
- "Annual report 2015" Swiss Post. Retrieved on 10 March 2016
- "A public-sector company". Swiss Post. Retrieved 16 June 2006.
- "Annual Report 2009." Swiss Post. 224/244. Retrieved on 7 December 2010. "Swiss Post Viktoriastrasse 21 P.O. Box 3030 Berne Switzerland."
- "Contact." Swiss Post. Retrieved on 7 December 2010. "Viktoriastrasse 21 3030 Bern."
- Taylor, Ian (11 June 2018). "External enquiry confirms "unacceptable misconduct" at Postbus". Post & Parcel. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
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- Post in German, French and Italian in the online Historical Dictionary of Switzerland.
- Post, Telephone and Telegraph in German, French and Italian in the online Historical Dictionary of Switzerland.
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