Mail carrier Anna Egger has her hands full: her vehicle is packed with parcels, letters and newspapers, all of which have to be delivered to the residents of the Safiental in Graubünden by midday. To make these deliveries, she has to travel over 100 kilometres. Anna’s route is the longest mail delivery round in Switzerland and winds over steep slopes in a region teeming with nature.
Articles for Letters
Most people find it easiest to tell the doctor where it hurts or explain a meal recipe to somebody freely in a language they’re used to – their mother tongue. It’s no different for the 56,000 employees at Swiss Post. For International Mother Language Day on 21 February, Swiss Post shows us which linguistic barriers exist, but also how it’s building bridges in Team Yellow.
Wish lists, drawings or even presents: children have been writing to Santa Claus for many years. They tell him their dreams, what they wish for most and talk about their lives. To help him respond to all the letters, Santa will rely on support from Swiss Post’s elves this year again. But how long has Swiss Post been helping out? And has the number of letters sent by children increased?