Having met to discuss the future of postal services in Ballasalla, following notice by the sub postmaster to terminate his contract, the Board of Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has today (Thursday) agreed to seek expressions of interest for a service partner to provide assisted postal services in the Ballasalla community.
We are celebrating the Chinese New Year with a special stamp collection to honour the Year Of The Long-Tail – yes, everyone else calls it the Year of the R-a-t but obviously we can’t.
Since the new GDPR legislation was implemented, companies have had to adjust the way they use their customer data to market their products. With all the changes there is however one clear winner: direct mail. Compared to online advertising and marketing, direct mail has faced less regulatory challenges! Postal marketing does not require consent and subsequently offers a great opportunity to contact customers directly. But how to stand out? We have gathered a few ideas to ensure that your campaign material is eye-catching.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) wishes to advise its customers and suppliers of its service delivery for today (Thursday).
Due to an incident outside Isle of Man Post Office’s (IOMPO) control, at Postal Headquarters today (Wednesday), the building will remain closed until further notice. IOMPO would like to assure its customers and suppliers that its robust contingency plans are in place, and being regularly reviewed throughout the day.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) wishes to issue a further update to its customers and suppliers regarding the incident at Postal Headquarters, which remains ongoing.
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) refutes the comments made by Ramsey MHK Lawrie Hooper today regarding its consultation on the proposed service changes in Ballasalla.