TPG losing clients as post war hots up

TPG is losing a number of important clients as the battle for control of the Dutch postal market heats up, various papers reported today.

Yesterday TPG lost a court battle with newcomer Sandd which it had accused of trying to break into its monopoly on delivering letters weighing below 50 grammes. The decision was ‘great news’, the major post users association VGP told the Financieele Dagblad. ABN Amro, Fortis, ING Bank, Postbank and Rabobank are all members of the VGP. The Telegraaf said mail-order companies Wehkamp and Nekkermann are also considering switching.

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