NZ Post cuts 100 jobs from Datamail, 70 in Wellington

Thu, 14 Feb 2013

Feb. 14 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand Post became the latest major employer to announce job cuts as it closes its Datamail centre in Petone, Wellington, at the cost of 70 jobs, and axes 30 jobs in Auckland. Datamail, which prints junk mail for advertisers, will close the Petone site in mid-2014, will offset the cuts with the creation of 30 new positions in its Christchurch Datamail operation. The company is investing in new printer technology and no longer needs as many machines to meet demand, so is closing one of its three sites. The announ...

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