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GLS Poland

GLS Poland is one of the main transport service providers in Poland focused on delivering the highest quality. 45 branch offices allow GLS Poland to be close to shippers and receivers all over the country.

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GLS Group

GLS offers reliable logistics solutions in Europe and worldwide. Through its own national companies and partner companies, the GLS Group has built up an extensive network for delivering shipments to customers in 41 countries.

GLS Poland

45 depots allow GLS Poland to be close to senders and recipients throughout the country. A well-organized network enables fast and efficient parcel delivery, usually on the next business day. Domestic express parcels are covered by a guarantee of delivery on the next business day by 12.00 or earlier, by 10:00 (additional services on request), including delivery on Saturdays.

The central sorting plant located in Stryków near Łódź serves as an international transhipment point. Thanks to it, the Polish network is connected to the pan-European network - daily transports to countries throughout Europe are organized. All logistics processes are carried out in accordance with GLS standards ensuring high quality.

more than 13 000 customers
more than 1 100 employees
more than 1 600 Szybka Paczka / ParcelShop points
45 GLS depots
GLS employee using a tablet at a GLS branch

Focused on quality

Quality is a top priority for GLS Poland. Through precisely defined processes and effective control procedures GLS continuously ensures a high level of service.

Green courier bike delivering packages on Berlin's streets

Sustainability

As Europe's leading courier service provider, GLS is fully aware of its special responsibility towards the environment and society.

GLS courier with a package that will soon be in the hands of the recipient

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GLS Group

GLS provides high quality, reliable parcel services to over 250,000 customers, complemented by freight and express services. "Quality leader in parcel logistics" - this is GLS's guiding principle.

Through its own national companies and partner companies, the GLS Group has built up an extensive network for delivering parcels to customers in 41 countries. GLS's comprehensive road network makes the company one of the leading courier and express service providers in Europe. The Group also operates through subsidiaries in Canada and on the West Coast of the USA.

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Partners in the European network

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Montenegro, Estonia, Greece, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Malta, Norway, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom

Facts and figures

Revenue 4.5 Bn €
Parcel volumes 840 m.
Customers 250 000
Employees 21 000
Countries covered 41
Hubs 71
Depots + Agencies 1 500
Delivery vans 31 000

Milestones in GLS history

European network

Since its establishment at the end of 1999, GLS has managed to create a stable European parcel transport network in just a few years. The entire GLS Group network - in 41 European countries, on the West Coast of the USA and in Canada - consists of around 70 central and regional transhipment points and around 1 500 branches.

Numerous acquisitions and agreements with partners proved to be milestone in the company's history. In many countries, GLS established its own branches - often they were separate networks that immediately began operating on a full scale.

1999

The GLS success story begins with the acquisition of the German company Paket-Logistik GmbH by the Royal Mail Group. The company General Logistics Systems (GLS) starts its operations.

1999

The GLS success story begins with the acquisition of the German company Paket-Logistik GmbH by the Royal Mail Group. The company General Logistics Systems (GLS) starts its operations.

1999-2001

Development of the GLS network through numerous acquisitions and partner agreements.

1999-2001

Development of the GLS network through numerous acquisitions and partner agreements.

2001

GLS acquires a stake in Szybka Paczka, thus entering the Polish parcel market.

2001

GLS acquires a stake in Szybka Paczka, thus entering the Polish parcel market.

2002

GLS is introducing a unified brand across Europe to emphasise that it is a European company with strong national networks. Several GLS branches are being rebranded in the coming months.

2002

GLS is introducing a unified brand across Europe to emphasise that it is a European company with strong national networks. Several GLS branches are being rebranded in the coming months.

2003-2007

Introduction of a unified quality management system, further network expansion, establishment of GLS IT Services and more technological advances.

2003-2007

Introduction of a unified quality management system, further network expansion, establishment of GLS IT Services and more technological advances.

2005

100% of company shares in Poland

GLS acquires the remaining part of GLS Poland. As a result, the company, which is based in Poznan, becomes a subsidiary of GLS.

2005

100% of company shares in Poland

GLS acquires the remaining part of GLS Poland. As a result, the company, which is based in Poznan, becomes a subsidiary of GLS.

2008-2015

Start of the ThinkGreen initiative, continued network expansion and introduction of 2C dedicated services.

2008-2015

Start of the ThinkGreen initiative, continued network expansion and introduction of 2C dedicated services.

2016-2021

Focused geographical expansion in North America, further investment in network infrastructure.

2016-2021

Focused geographical expansion in North America, further investment in network infrastructure.