Omniva received high international recognition

Omniva received high international recognition

Holger Winklbauer, the Chairman of the International Post Corporation (IPC), presented Omniva with the Certificate of Excellence in quality in Tallinn. The certificate attests to the high quality of Omniva’s services and work processes, as well as its sustainability.

Upon receiving the award,  Mart Mägi, CEO of Omniva, stated that among the IPC members, which include the world’s top 26 postal organizations, Omniva is one of them. “IPC is the association of the world’s strongest and most innovative postal companies, making the certificate undoubtedly a high recognition. Especially in the international business sector, this certificate provides Omniva with a solid platform for expanding business directions and increasing volumes,” said Mägi.

In September and October, Omniva underwent an evaluation by the IPC, resulting in the award of this certificate. A total of 300 different competencies and areas were examined and evaluated, including various procedures and guidelines, continuity plans, accuracy and timeliness of electronic data transmission, employee management, communication, training, ensuring security and safety, and more.

To ensure that postal operators adhere to the highest standards and consistently focus on providing excellent service and offerings to customers, IPC member countries must earn the Certificate of Excellence recognition.

Omniva joined the IPC last year. Established in 1989, IPC is the largest organization formed as a voluntary association of postal operators. Its objective is to collaboratively create more modern and competitive parcel and letter services, as well as data exchange solutions, on a global scale.