Facts & figures

GLS Romania

About 2,500 Customers
1 hub
48 depots
About 1,000 Vehicles

Facts & figures

GLS Group

Revenue

Revenue

In fiscal year 2019/20 the GLS Group achieved a total revenue of 3.6 billion Euros.

Revenue

In fiscal year 2019/20 the GLS Group achieved a total revenue of 3.6 billion Euros.

Parcel volume

Parcel volume

In fiscal year 2019/20 the GLS Group transported 667 million parcels.

Parcel volume

In fiscal year 2019/20 the GLS Group transported 667 million parcels.

Customers

Customers

More than 240,000 customers trust GLS.

Customers

More than 240,000 customers trust GLS.

Countries

Countries

Through own subsidaries and partners the GLS Group covers 40 countries.

Countries

Through own subsidaries and partners the GLS Group covers 40 countries.

Locations

Locations

The GLS Group operates about 1,400 hubs, depots and agencies.

Locations

The GLS Group operates about 1,400 hubs, depots and agencies.

Delivery vans

Delivery vans

.About 28,000 delivery vans on the road for last mile delivery

Delivery vans

.About 28,000 delivery vans on the road for last mile delivery

Trucks

Trucks

About 4,000 long distance trucks carry parcels between hubs for GLS.

Trucks

About 4,000 long distance trucks carry parcels between hubs for GLS.

Employees

Employees

19,000 employees work every day for GLS to ensure a smooth parcel shipment.

Employees

19,000 employees work every day for GLS to ensure a smooth parcel shipment.

Compliance

Responsible, systemised operations

GLS has implemented a group-wide programme designed to systematically identify and structurally avoid compliance risks. It was developed to protect the GLS Group and its employees. It is also designed to safeguard the collaboration with business partners based on trust both now and in the future

A cornerstone of the compliance system is a comprehensive training concept for employees – as compliance begins with them.The Compliance Managers in the individual countries, the Group’s central Compliance department and Internal Revision are the key consulting and assessment authorities for the three-stage concept.The compliance concept follows a uniform structure for all GLS companies, accommodating special national characteristics if necessary.

GLS focuses on the following core areas:

Competition law
Fighting corruption
Adherence of economic sanctions
Prevention of money laundering
Combatting of enforced labour, slavery and human trafficking

Code of Business Standards

The trust GLS receives from customers, employees, business partners and the public is a top priority for the GLS Group.

To further strengthen this trust, the GLS Group has assigned itself a Code of Business Standards

Informant/ombudsman system

The GLS Group has introduced an informant/ombudsman system to enable employees, business partners and third parties to report criminal acts and similar serious offences on a confidential basis.

Supplier Code of Conduct

GLS expects its suppliers to respect the standards laid out in this Supplier Code of Conduct, implement them using appropriate measures and adhere to them in their business activities.