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The Warsaw Voice » Business » April 23, 2008
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Award for InPost
April 23, 2008 By L.¯.    
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Independent postal operator InPost has won a "European Medal" in a national competition organized by the Business Centre Club and the Office of the Committee for European Integration (UKIE). The aim of the competition is to promote companies that adhere to the highest quality standards, both in doing business and in management.

The 16th European Medals competition ended with an award ceremony held at the Olympic Center in Warsaw April 8. "We are proud to be able to join a group of companies that have won this prestigious award; the European Medal proves that InPost's operations are in line with European standards," said Rafał Brzoska, president of InPost. "Our company keeps on developing; we are regularly expanding the number of cities that we service, and we are introducing innovative technology, including an ability to track mail through the internet. We intend to continue to expand the range of our services and to introduce new products to meet growing client expectations."

InPost is part of the Integer.pl group, which has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since October 30 last year.

Last October, InPost won a "EuroCertificate" in an international competition that promotes the best companies within the European Union. The company also holds the ISO 9001 quality assurance certificate.

In December last year InPost introduced a new system for tracking mail online, using the www.inpost.pl website.

Integer.pl is a leading distributor of advertising mail in Poland, both "addressed" and "unaddressed." The company has 75 regional branches, 15 central warehouses, 42 regional warehouses and 91 reloading outlets. Integer couriers deliver mail to more than 500 towns across Poland, and a total of 7,300 people work for the company nationwide.
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