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Feb 22, 2023 15:15 EEST
February 22 (SeeNews) - Delivery service provider DPD Romania said that it plans to invest 3 million euro ($3.2 million) this year, in opening a new logistics centre in the southern city of Pantelimon and expanding its network of pickup points and array of services in the country.
Last year, DPD Romania registered a turnover of 71.3 million euro, up 8% on 2021, the company said in a press release on Tuesday.
By the end of the current year, DPD Romania aims for its network of fixed pickup points to reach 700 units nationally.
"Even though 2023 promises to be a complicated year, in a geopolitical and economic context that is still very fragile, we aim for an increase of over 10% in turnover," said Nadia Talpa, CCO of DPD Romania.
DPD Romania is part of DPD Group, an international delivery service. The company is active on the Romanian market since 2008, after taking over Pegasus Courier. In 2022, DPD Romania delivered 22.5 million parcels. It employs some 1,800 staff.
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