TOKYO -- Japan Post plans to terminate Saturday delivery of standard mail, joining others in the logistics industry that are curtailing weekend and nighttime operations to help understaffed workforces.
The postal service, a unit of state-owned Japan Post Holdings, also intends to significantly cut back on next-day standard delivery. The move illustrates a national trend away from services that accommodate customers at the expense of workers on the ground.
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