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PostNord in Denmark bleeds still: the Group is back in the plus

There are gushing still millions of dollars out of the Danish branch of PostNord. The bleeding has, however, been limited in the first three months, and unlike

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PostNord in Denmark bleeds still: the Group is back in the plus

There are gushing still millions of dollars out of the Danish branch of PostNord. The bleeding has, however, been limited in the first three months, and unlike the start of 2018 is the whole of the Danish-Swedish postkoncern in the plus.

It shows the first quarterly results from PostNord in the year.

Looking at the operation of postnord's various departments, PostNord Denmark still business smertensbarn. While all the other countries to make profits, the operation in Denmark unprofitable.

Compared with the beginning of last year, is the bleeding, however, brought down from a loss of 199 million sek (54 million sek.

Last year's big minuses did not end happily for the president and ceo Håkan Ericsson and his chief financial officer, who both lost the job earlier in the year.

instead, Annemarie Gardshol been appointed acting director. She welcomes the first accounts, she can present.

- Although it is a challenging time of continued digitalisation on the brevmarkedet, it is positive to note a strong improvement in performance, she says.

She points out that the bottom line is improving, particularly because the Swedish brevkunder is returned from the competitors.

PostNord opened last year with a minus of 167 million Swedish kronor, but the year started with a plus of 56 million Swedish kronor.

Attached to the financial statements is a complaint against the legislation in Denmark and Sweden. According to PostNord is postreguleringen "not sufficient flexible and predictable."

- It is necessary to update the regulation, if, in the longer term, must be able to maintain a postal company for all across the country, both in Denmark and Sweden.

- We are in a good dialogue with both the Danish and the Swedish state on this, write PostNord.

PostNord is owned by the Swedish and the Danish state. Sweden owns 60 percent, and Denmark owns 40 percent.

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