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TNT Grows in Warsaw
November 3, 2014   
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International delivery company TNT Express is expanding its regional shared services center in Warsaw.

The Netherlands-based company, which is in the midst of launching a new global brand identity, says the expanded center in Warsaw’s Annopol neighborhood will be responsible for handling transactional operations in accounting, reporting and financial administration for several of its European subsidiaries. The center will create more than 400 jobs by the end of 2015. Currently 220 employees support the financial processes of TNT subsidiaries in Poland and Italy. In the future, the Polish center will also handle accounting services for the company’s subsidiaries in Britain, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.

The company has launched an advertising campaign in eight European countries and trial offers in 26 countries. The campaign is part of the company’s new Outlook strategy. It positions TNT as a partner in the market for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Over the past 70 years, TNT has built Europe’s most extensive road and air network for packages and freight.

TNT Express has adopted “The People Network” as its new advertising slogan.

Tex Gunning, CEO of TNT, said, “We have a clear strategy to focus on our greatest strengths: our people, their human approach to serving customers and our unique network. Customers are not barcodes and we are not robots. We all relate to what drives our customers: business growth with a personal touch. Taking time to understand what customers really need distinguishes us from others.”

The company says it leads the way on the Polish market for international courier services with a 30-percent market share. It also has a stable position on the market for domestic courier services with a 6-percent share.

Piotr Buczkowski, CEO of the Polish subsidiary of TNT, said, “The market for international courier services in Poland is growing at a rate of several percent a year, and the domestic market is expanding by approximately 20 percent. The domestic market has huge potential in terms of demand, which is still higher than in ‘old’ European countries.”
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