DHL Parcel as a separate company

3 August 2017

On August 1, 2017 DHL Parcel, which was a part of DHL Express (Poland) Sp. z o.o., became a separate company. As a result of the division there will be operate two independent legal entities DHL Parcel Polska Sp. z o.o. (formerly Parcel and Fracht Divisions) and DHL Express (Poland) Sp. z o.o.

- The change of legal status of companies is a formality. We have been operating separately since 2012. We decided to division primarily due to our Customers. We want to adapt to their changing needs - said Igor Caban, President of DHL Parcel's Board. The division will provide us with transparency in the range of products and services offered by individual companies.

DHL Parcel provides mainly transport and courier services for consignments weighing up to 31.5 kg and heavy goods transport services up to 2,500 kg including pallets. It operates in the territory of Poland (domestic shipments) and in the territory of European Union countries (international transport and courier services). DHL Parcel also includes Freight Division, which provides domestic and international forwarding services, including full-truck and part-load services, as well as rail and trade forwarding services. DHL Express's business is handling express, international air and road freight shipments from and to over 220 countries.

- We want to be the first choice logistics company for both individual and business customers. Recently, we have been dynamically developing many innovative solutions dedicated to the e-commerce industry, and the high quality of our services and the comfort of our clients are our top priority, - said Igor Caban, President of DHL Parcel's Board.

This year, DHL Parcel has started cooperation with Żabka and Freshmarket stores, thanks to which the number of DHL Parcel consignment and delivery points will increase fourfold - from 1.5 thousand to over 6 thousand. This is a milestone in the development of the company, which will definitely contribute to increasing its share in the domestic KEP market. The company's strategy assumes that almost 80% of consumers will be within 10 minutes of DHL Parcel's arrival point, located either at local store, at a shopping mall, at a gas station or at a train or subway station. In addition, consumers have recently been able to benefit from the expanded evening service available throughout DHL Parcel Evening.