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Lebenslauf DI Peter Umundum

Peter Umundum, born in 1964, earned a degree in computer science from the University of Graz and started his professional career in 1988 when he joined Steirerbrau AG, where he headed the organisation and information as well as the informatics department. He left the company in 1994 to join Styria Medien AG, where he pioneered online services and became the managing director of its subsidiary Media Consult Austria GmbH after only two years.
In 1999, he co-founded redmail and became its managing director. He oversaw Stryia Gruppe’s first steps in the Croatian market. In 2001, Peter Umundum was entrusted with the position of managing director of the newspaper “Die Presse“. Three years later, he was appointed managing director of the daily “Kleine Zeitung”. During that period of time, he also served on the boards of Austria Presse Agentur (APA), Verband Österreichischer Zeitungen (VÖZ) and Österreichische Auflagenkontrolle (ÖAK).
In 2005, he joined Austrian Post as an executive in the letter mail division, where he was responsible for production and logistics as well as national and international investments. On 1 April 2011, Peter Umundum was appointed board member of the Parcel & Logistics Division. In addition, he became the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the European transport network EURODIS.

Areas of responsibility

  • Parcel & Logistics Division including customs
  • Logistics operations in the mail and parcel segments

 

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