"Ukrposhta" announced the additional sale of 30 thousand stamps "Ship NA", which will start on May 7. About this said the head of "Ukrposhta" Igor Smelyansky.
"Everyone who has not received confirmation of payment and shipment, and in general all those wishing - tomorrow (May 7 - ed.) at 10:00, here, on my Facebook, and facebook page Ukrposhta, as promised, will announce internet - platform (not Ukrposhta), on which the last 5000 orders or 30 000 stamps of the first issue of "Ship NA" will be sold. Limit - 1 block per 1 order is still. On purpose, I do not tell the address of the store, so that those who have been trying to put our systems all week, do not have time to prepare for tomorrow. As you can see, we take into account the lessons of the past," - said Smilansky.
The manager also talked about fulfilling pre-orders.
"Everyone who has already ordered and paid for a stamp, which is 20024 orders (or 120 thousand stamps), have already received their messages and many stamps. 7,000 orders have already shipped and the rest will be shipped by the end of Tuesday, May 10. And by this time, your track number will be active. All orders, which were taken and paid (which is about 1000) in the old internet store have also been shipped. Another 1500+ orders where multiple stamp orders were attempted - by the end of Sunday will be cancelled, funds will be refunded, and you will receive notification of this. The first order will be sent to you, and you will also receive a notice", - said the head of the organization.
To top it all off, the executive announced the launch of a new brand.
"We are already preparing the launch of a new stamp "Ship ALL" with a coupon and an image of the first "Ship NA", well, so that the series will be finished. We plan carefully, prepare different sales channels, deliver to as many of our outlets as possible to make it comfortable and convenient for everyone to buy. We will announce the launch date next week, because we need to look carefully there together with the AFU and the Ukrainian Navy to see who is still floating around and then set a launch date," Smiljansky said.