DPD Baltics installing KEBA terminals

DPD Baltics installing KEBA terminals

DPD Baltics is building up its alternative delivery options by installing outdoor automated parcel terminals from KEBA. Most of the 45 new terminals have already been installed.

“Taking into account the growth of the e-commerce market, the pace of its development and untapped future potential in both the e-business and private segments, last year we started a large network-improvement project integrating parcel terminals into the existing Pickup parcelshop network. This is the only hybrid (combined of parcel shops and automated parcel terminals) network in the entire Baltic region,” said Gabrielius Bilevicius, DPD Baltics Sales and Marketing Director.

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