Elegant Email is to make 1,000 tasks in the UK over the next four decades as aspect of a £75m financial commitment program for its packages company.
A new package handling center will start in Chorley in fall 2013.
Two new depots will start in Cornwall and Hampshire while nine current depots will be extended or shifted to bigger sites over the next four decades.
But the Interaction Employees Partnership said Elegant Mail's employees would not increase, due to job failures elsewhere.
Royal Email has cut about 65,000 tasks since 2002 as it efforts to modernise.
The newest move is aspect of Elegant Mail's way to grow its packages company in the UK and offshore.
In the last financial season, it included 48% of complete earnings, taking out the Publish Office.
The UK show packages market is currently worth £5.8bn a season or 1.1 billion dollars items.
"Our technique is to turn the development of package amounts into successful development. That means becoming a much more customer-focused organization being run on professional collections and making an investment in new, important technological innovation," said Moya Greene, Elegant Email us president.
Employment Reverend Level Hoban said: "It is very great information that 1,000 new tasks will be designed across the nation as a result of this financial commitment. We've now got a history number of individuals in career and these tasks will provide welcome possibilities for individuals who are looking for work."
Dave Keep, CWU deputy common assistant, said: "In fact, this venture has already been several months in the making and CWU is engaged in speaks about how and where these tasks will be designed, such as the likelihood of individuals shifting from other areas of the team where tasks are being missing.
"These tasks will go some way to reducing the effect of tasks missing elsewhere in the organization as huge changes are introduced in to deal with the changing information of mail. Working with the CWU, Elegant Email - as opposed to many personal mail companies - has designed high quality, and protected tasks with reasonable pay, circumstances."