Dutch postal group PostNL on Monday said it will continue to reduce its headcount as it cuts an additional 70 million euros ($92 million) in costs by 2017 to counter declining mail volumes.PostNL said between 2,700 and 3,500 jobs will be cut at its head office and other departments - of which between 450 and 650 would be forced redundancies.PostNL reported a net profit of 155 million euros in the fourth quarter, beating analysts' forecasts of 82.4 million euros in a Reuters poll. Revenue for the period rose 2.6 percent to 1.2 billion euros, also ahead of expectations.The company was forced to delay its reorganisation last year and also suffered a setback when express delivery group United Parcel Service dropped its planned takeover of TNT Express, in which PostNL is the largest shareholder.
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