ASIAN-PACIFIC POSTAL UNION
The Asian-Pacific Postal Union (APPU) is a restricted union of the Universal Postal Union, a United Nations specialized agency. With its 32 member countries from the Asia-Pacific region generating around half of the global mail volume, APPU is one of the largest restricted unions of the UPU. Headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand, the purpose of APPU is to extend, facilitate, and improve postal relations between member countries and to promote cooperation in the field of postal services.
WHAT WE DO
"Taking Posts into the Future"
The purpose of APPU is to extend, facilitate and improve postal relations between member countries and to promote cooperation in the field of postal services.
In particular, APPU supports the interests of smaller and lower-income members through representation at Universal Postal Union meetings.
Our in-house college provides training in a range of business and postal competencies that will Motivate - Connect - Innovate delegates from around the region
POSTAL BUSINESS FORUM
The Postal Business Forum is APPU's flagship annual event, providing a platform for APPU members and postal sector stakeholders to come together and discuss the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the postal sector. The event will offer a unique opportunity for the postal administrations in the region and beyond to engage with key stakeholders, learn industry trends, and explore innovative solutions that will help shape the future of the postal sector.
Details about the previous forums can be found at https://www.appu-bureau.org/appu-postal-business-forum/