GeoPost is the parcel subsidiary of French Le Groupe La Poste. GeoPost has reinforced its position as second largest parcel company in Europe , with near to 600 million parcels delivered for over 310 000 customers. Le Groupe La Poste generated a consolidated turnover figure of 4,6 billion Euros in 2010 (including the postal parcel activity).
With more than 220 countries served, GeoPost offers an international parcel transport solution adapted to local customer needs, mainly under our international brand DPD and Chronopost.
A service/product of your business that you would like to put forward
We think that one of our product or service offers which could be of interest for the Thai market is :
- our door to door document and parcel service to the rest of the world
- within 1 to 4 days depending on end destinations
- at best price /quality ratio
- directly aimed at corporate SMEs in a tailor made manner
We will be promoting this product during the upcoming BOI Fair in Bangkok, where we have a stand on the French pavilion from November 22nd to 25th.
Why are the key factors for professional success in Thailand according to you ?
Working with a strong partner is always a key to our local implication. Our decentralized approach aims at empowering local responsibility and adaptability whilst connecting the country to a world class delivery network. This is why we are signing an agreement with one of the strongest local players in Thailand.
We both understand that In Thailand our key success factors will look at providing perfect quality, reasonable cost and local adaptation to our customers.
What are the key messages you would like to put across to our Members?
We provide regional competence in an international network and are always physically close to our customers caring about their wishes and offering outstanding value for money.
If you are looking for a comprehensive solution for your parcels and documents, taking your budgets and needs in consideration, we are the right partner to consider..
Your life in Thailand
Thailand offers a wide range of white sandy beaches, adventurous jungle and cities. It’s one of the few developing countries providing such quality of life, whilst accommodating most of your needs with a smile. Here everything is flexible and tolerance is a way of life.
Your advice for a newly arrived expat in Thailand
Do not think you will change Thailand but do not allow yourself to be changed by Thailand.
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