People by PostNord – a magazine about us who make everyday life easier

The PostNord Group consists of around 30,000 fantastic employees. In the magazine People by PostNord, a number of them provide information about their background, why they are passionate about their jobs and what helps them relax when they are away from work.

People by PostNord is issued two or three times a year, in Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish and English. It is delivered to the homes of the majority of the Group’s employees.

Issue 2, 2020

Ersin is 100%

There are many tricks for motivating people, but nothing motivates Ersin Özkan as much as a screen full of numbers. This has been proven with one hundred percent certainty.

The oracle in Kastrup

Nikolaj Settnes helps PostNord see into the future. “A good algorithm can be delectable, maybe even a bit sexy.”

“We knew that we could help out”

“The need was urgent. The orders were flying in! I have never done anything of this scale so fast before. Niclas Lövgren, Customer Developer at PostNord Strålfors 3D Solutions in Rosersberg, tells about how he and his colleagues produced 36,000 protective visors for the healthcare sector in just a few weeks.

Finnish everyday heroes of the coronavirus spring

For PostNord Finland, the virus spring resulted in an increase in assignments related to healthcare deliveries. For example, PostNord employees have transported coronavirus test samples all over Finland. One such worker is Kirsi Ylänne.

Tenfold increase in operations in record time

In a locked-down Norway, with closed schools and hundreds of thousands of employees working from home, the need for deliveries to private addresses during the day quickly increased. PostNord decided to meet the needs with full capacity and an offensive strategy.

Issue 1, 2020

“I love dancing to Slayer”

Chugga-chugga-chugga. That’s how Toni Laakkonen from Uleåborg describes the music of his band Deliriuminated.

“I always have a melody in my head that has to get out”

Sofie Randrup Mouritsen has the lead role in a customer service department that could just as easily be a musical.

No robot

It was easy for Sara Petric to start working at PostNord:  “I love talking and getting to know new people.”



Jimcaale Abdillahi could put a robot to shame.

“We just try to help out”

Positive problem-solvers with a sense of service and feel for social media. Do people like that really exist? Of course they do, for instance in Bergen.


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