The revenues of Italian post have risen “above pre-pandemic levels and are fully in line with the trends envisaged by the strategic plan”24YES“, Up by a consistent 18.7% in the second quarter”. To highlight this, on the occasion of the accounts as at 30 June, the CEO Matteo Del Fante. “Our diversified business model continues to deliver strong financial results with a Net income of 773 million euros in the first half of the year ”, underlined the top manager, noting that“ we already have clear visibility on the achievement of the guidance provided for 2021 and we are confident in our numbers ”. The results of Poste Italiane in the second quarter testify to “the successful implementation of the“ 24SI ”Strategic Plan, highlighting the solidity of our physical and digital networks and the continuous progress on the strategic priorities we have set ourselves”.
“Firstly, in July we signed a new collective bargaining agreement for the Group which will be in force until 2023. Secondly, at the beginning of 2021, a three-year partnership with Amazon, which allows for a growth in volumes and revenues, balancing the volumes of urban and rural areas and introducing higher value-added services such as scheduled deliveries. Finally, our contract on the Universal Service (OSU) covers the entire span of the plan, integrating the “Next Generation“Of theEU with our new digital solutions and increased cooperation with small municipalities, ”he said Of the Infantryman.
On the front of the revenues, the decrease in correspondence was “offset by the consolidation of Nexive and the large increase in package revenues “, while financial and insurance services” suffered a decline related to the impact of ultra-low interest rates which was more than offset by our focus on the distribution of investment products and in particular to the insurance products of Life business“. The turnover related to “Payments and Mobile has grown substantially, supported by the digitization payments in progress “. “As Italy’s strategic pillar, we are now involved in the European Recovery Plan, pursuing the implementation of some strategic national projects, with the aim of supporting local communities and strengthening social cohesion and at the same time contributing to the green transition as reported in the ’24SI’ plan ”, concluded Del Fante.