Collaboration between UNY and PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) Towards a More Adaptive Institutional Transformation


Universitas Negeri Yogyakara (UNY) and PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the Theater Room, Sugeng Mardiyono Building UNY 3rd floor, Friday (17/2). Arifin Mukhlis, Senior Vice President Enterprise Business of PT Pos Indonesia (Persero), stated that the company is not only related to money order services. "We have made many transformations so that we can adaptively answer the challenges of the times," said Arifin Mukhlis.

PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) through its subsidiary, PT Pos Logistik Indonesia, not only serves mail delivery, but is also ready to provide heavy logistics services, as well as package delivery that requires special handling with the support of 4,367 Pos Indonesia Group networks and 33,000 sales points. As for payment services, people can use Pospay for electricity payments, BPJS, and to receive Wage Subsidy Assistance (BSU). In addition, PT Pos Indonesia through PT Pos Properti Indonesia, also seeks to optimize the company's assets, most of which are close to the zero kilometer point and the square.

The Rector of UNY, Prof. Dr. Sumaryanto, M.Kes. stated that geographically, the relationship between UNY and PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) is very close. This is evidenced by one of the PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) branches located to the east of UNY. "Not only the building, we have also synergized with PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) for a long time. Many UNY alumni have been trusted to serve at PT Pos Indonesia (Persero). In addition, when I was Dean, UNY and PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) have often collaborated in organizing sports events," said Prof. Dr. Sumaryanto, M.Kes.

"UNY opens further study opportunities for PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) human resources," said Prof. Dr. Sumaryanto, M.Kes. In addition to further study through the RPL program at UNY. UNY has the potential to collaborate academically with the Indonesian College of Logistics Management (STIMLOG) and Politeknik Pos Indonesia (POLTEKPOS) which are affiliated with Pos Indonesia (Persero).

"Collaboration is a necessity to develop our organization so that we all live in prosperity," concluded Prof. Dr. Sumaryanto, M.Kes. (Author: Laksa, Editor: Sudar, Translator : Ratih Cahya)

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