The military-run Viettel Post Joint Stock Corporation has just received a prestigious award.
The corporation on January 16 was listed among top 20 out of 143 brands and services with sustainable development in 2013 in the “Vietnam’s products and brands with sustainable development” programme organised for the first time by Vietnam Association for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises.
Viettel Post is also the sole express delivery service supplier to be extolled at this programme, which is aimed to boost the government “Vietnamese people use Vietnamese products” initiative having been deployed nationwide over the past years.
Viettel Post has been highly valued with five criteria at this programme, including highly competitive service, market share with high growth, excellent quality, fulfillment of tax obligations, and reaping many awards over the past years.
At present, ViettelPost is Vietnam’s second largest express delivery service provider who is also the country’s first investor to invest overseas in the sector of express delivery.
Every year, the corporation witnesses a revenue growth rate of 125-135 per cent, while fulfilling all tax obligations, and ensuring incomes for more than 2,000 employees.
In 2013, despite economic woes, Viettel Post officially joined Vietnam’s club of enterprises with revenue of VND1 trillion ($48 million) on November 28, or 17 days earlier than the set target for 2013.
The corporation’s express delivery service was recently honoured at the Vietnam’s Most Popular Consumer Services programme jointly organised by Hanoi Municipal People’s Committee, the city’s Fatherland Front Committee, and Hanoi Television. Viettel Post was also listed in the Top 200 at the Vietnam’s Golden Star Awards organised annually by Vietnam Youth Union and Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association to extol local brand names and enterprises.
By Thanh Tung