Nova Poshta International (NPI), a member of the Nova Poshta group of companies, has changed its name to Nova Poshta Global (NPG), according to the company.
“Such changes have occurred so that the name conveys a deeper meaning of the entire activity and strategy of Nova Poshta Global, the worldview of its employees … We help businesses, manufacturers and entrepreneurs. We work with more than 200 countries around the world, breaking down borders between people, creating strong relations and cooperation. And this is a global meaning,” Yuriy Benevytsky, the director of Nova Poshta Global, said.
According to the company, the word “international” in the previous name created borders and restrictions, and the word “global” symbolically erases them.
“We want to emphasize that the whole world for Ukrainians, those who use the Internet, is accessible and simple. Especially now that the borders for movement are closed,” the company noted.
As reported, in 2019 Nova Poshta International delivered 3.4 million international parcels, which is 26% more than in 2018.
Nova Poshta Global (formerly Nova Poshta International) has been providing international express delivery services since 2015, and is part of the Nova Poshta group of companies. Nova Poshta Global is developing the NP Shopping service – the delivery from online stores in the United States, China, Britain and Poland, provides import and export services for businesses and the ability to ship from any Nova Poshta branch to most countries of the world.
The passenger flow at the Kharkiv International Airport in January 2020 grew by 55% year-over-year, to 111,600 people.
The airport said on its Facebook page, the total number of flights was 435.
The most popular destinations were Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt), Istanbul (Turkey), Boryspil (Kyiv), Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk (all are Poland), Vienna (Austria), Wroclaw (Poland), Dortmund (Germany) and Prague (the Czech Republic).
As reported, the passenger flow of the Kharkiv International Airport in 2019 increased by 40% compared to the same period in 2018, to 1.3 million people.
Kharkiv airport has a runway 2500 meters long and 50 meters wide. Two passenger terminals with an hour capacity of 100 and 650 people are located on its territory.
The airport through New Systems AM is operated by DCH.