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InPost Invests
March 29, 2012   
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Private postal operator InPost, owned by the Integer.pl company, has announced plans to spend more than 300 million euros on investment over the next four years. Integer.pl CEO Rafał Brzoska says by 2016 InPost wants to install 16,000 new self-service postal terminals to enable round-the-clock dispatch and collection of packages.

Most of InPost’s automated package terminals are located in Poland (420) and Germany (2,500), but the company also has 350 in total in Russia, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. “This year, we will double the number of terminals in each of these countries,” Brzoska said. InPost is also aiming to expand to new markets. “Every year, we will install our package terminals in four to six countries,” Brzoska said.

InPost is the largest competitor for Poland’s state-owned postal operator Poczta Polska and controls 13-14 percent of the Polish market for postal services, according to its own estimates. The company aims to increase its market share to around 18 percent this year.
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