• Logistics provider offers individual delivery solutions
  • Worldwide deliveries by mail companies and alternative carriers
  • Interface solution for international e-commerce retailers

Emmerich am Rhein, 01. December 2022 – The PostPlus Group is focusing on the Germane-commerce market in 2023. The international logistics provider is further expanding its global multi-carrier network of national mail companies and parcel service providers. This step has already been completed in many European markets in recent months. PostPlus develops bespoke end-to-end delivery solutions for international online retail. Always focused on its customers’ needs, the Group offers customers individual service and negotiates the best possible price with mail companies and parcel service providers. The Group aims to establish itself as an independent mail and parcel service provider in Germany next year.

“In deliveries, our focus is on speed, reliability and flexibility. We have prepared ourselves for the Christmas peak early, so that we can help online retailers shine with excellent fulfilment, especially at this time,” says Sven Schwope, Managing Director of PostPlus Deutschland GmbH. For next year, PostPlus has set itself the goal of becoming the most customer-oriented mail and parcel service provider for international logistics in Germany and the EU.

To achieve this, the logistics service provider is using the specific needs of its customers as the basis for developing a modular solution with fixed rates, regardless of the destination country and type of delivery. Various tracking and additional options can also be booked as options. “As well as a bespoke, flexible logistics solution, we also guarantee personal support,” says Schwope. PostPlus sees transparency as the key here: A modular IT system makes all shipment, tracking and tariff information available in real time, at all times.

E-commerce retailers benefit from no longer having to research, contact and negotiate contracts with shipping providers individually – a process that often requires numerous different communication systems. Now, PostPlus does it all, says Mihhail Rutenberg, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of the PostPlus Group: “Our customers get everything from a single source with us, so that they can concentrate fully on their core business. We develop an individual concept for them and find the best possible tariff.” That makes it possible to ship parcels in large quantities securely and at low cost, he argues.

PostPlus currently ships up to three million parcels and printed documents per month. To conduct this shipping, the logistics provider uses a global multi-carrier network consisting of air freight and CEP service providers, mail companies in the destination country and other local service providers. “PostPlus is able to combine different regional providers to form a bespoke national solution that covers every area of the country. That is the advantage that the “Plus” in the name represents. In 2023, we plan to expand our network to include further partners in Germany, just as we have already done in large parts of the EU,” says Rutenberg. After all, delivery by the state postal service is not always the ideal solution. Independent, specialist logistics providers are often a better choice, says the CCO. “With us, our customers are free to choose and can switch at short notice where necessary.” The Group also has its own terminal close to Amsterdam Airport, acting as a central hub for international post and parcels.