Russian Post has taken the 6th position in the PricewaterhouseCoopers rating, which specialises on assessing the quality of EMS international express delivery, the RNS reported Tuesday.
“In the first quarter of 2017, Russian Post became the 6th out of 198 postal operators in the rating,” press service of the Russian Post reported, noting that last year the operator occupied 59th place and 81st place in 2015.
This year, Finland's post was on top of the list, followed by Moldova and Latvia in 2nd and 3rd places. “For comparison, Great Britain is on 23rd place, while France and the Unites States took 24th and 35th positions,” press service of the Russian Post notes.
Express Mail Service (EMS) is an international express postal service offered by postal-administration members of the Universal Postal Union. It was created in 1989, and is operated by an international co-op based in Bern, Switzerland.