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  •   Home > News > Business

    A mad flurry of online shopping after lockdown tested New Zealand Post like never before

    A mad flurry of online shopping after lockdown tested New Zealand Post like never before


     
     
    The company received 3.5 million parcels for delivery within the first two weeks of Alert Level Three.

    People turned to the internet as restrictions eased on online shopping - but physical stores stayed closed.

    Chief Executive David Walsh says they've had to launch an infrastructure investment plan.

    He says somewhere between 150 and 170-million dollars will be spent over three years to keep up capacity.

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