The GLS Group is a player in the CEP industry.

CEP stands for Courier, Express and Parcel and thus for a highly specialised industry within logistics.

Revenue split

Revenue split

About 60% of the GLS Group's business ist B2B and about 40% is B2C.

Revenue split

Revenue split

About 60% of the GLS Group's business ist B2B and about 40% is B2C.

Volume

Volume

In 2018/19 the GLS Group delivered 634 million parcels.

Volume

Volume

In 2018/19 the GLS Group delivered 634 million parcels.

Volume split

Volume split

The GLS Group revenue is split between 94% parcels, 4% logisitics and 2% express (2018/19).

Volume split

Volume split

The GLS Group revenue is split between 94% parcels, 4% logisitics and 2% express (2018/19).

Delivery driver with parcel
 

Parcels

The parcels business means the weight of the parcels is up to 40 kg domestic and 50 kg international with regular transit times and no guaranteed delivery times.

GLS worker moving a pallet in a warehouse

Logistics

Logistics is made up of freight, groupage and warehousing.

 
Express vehicle on a city street
 

Express

Express parcels are time definite and same day deliveries.

GLS truck on the road

Cross border

Why is cross border so important? Cross border connects Royal Mail and GLS, our own companies, it connects our network partners. It connects us to all the posts around the world.

 

About us

GLS is an international deferred parcel network. It is built on a strong local market presence.

Network

Our network consists of depots, hubs and vehicles across Europe and North America.

Our responsibility

GLS takes its responsibility for employees, society and the protection of the environment seriously.