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Geopost connects 28 countries in Europe

ONE OF THE DENSEST NETWORK

With 110,000 Pickup points in 28 countries in Europe as of end of April 2024, out-of-home delivery is a key pillar of our "Together & Beyond" strategic roadmap launched in 2021. Putting customer centricity at the core of our activity, we capitalise on our market knowledge to determine the right mix of parcel shops and lockers based on local cultural preferences and urban/rural landscapes.

In many European countries, we stand as one of the largest out-of-home players: France (18,000 Pickup points), Spain (6,000 points), Italy (8,800 points with Fermopoint), Germany (8,000 Pickup points), UK (11,000 Pickup points), and Scandinavia (11,000 points through our strategic partnership with the PostNord group). With the rapid growth of lockers in Europe, we now provide nearly 23,000 lockers (11,000 more than at the end of 2022). This trend is set to continue, with the share of lockers expected to grow in the coming years.

ONE OF THE DENSEST NETWORK

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With 110,000 Pickup points in 28 countries in Europe as of end of April 2024, out-of-home delivery is a key pillar of our "Together & Beyond" strategic roadmap launched in 2021. Putting customer centricity at the core of our activity, we capitalise on our market knowledge to determine the right mix of parcel shops and lockers based on local cultural preferences and urban/rural landscapes.

In many European countries, we stand as one of the largest out-of-home players: France (18,000 Pickup points), Spain (6,000 points), Italy (8,800 points with Fermopoint), Germany (8,000 Pickup points), UK (11,000 Pickup points), and Scandinavia (11,000 points through our strategic partnership with the PostNord group). With the rapid growth of lockers in Europe, we now provide nearly 23,000 lockers (11,000 more than at the end of 2022). This trend is set to continue, with the share of lockers expected to grow in the coming years.

EXPANDING OUR OUT-OF-HOME DELIVERY NETWORK ACROSS EUROPE

Out-of-home is one of the key pillars of Geopost’s business strategy for tomorrow. While the trends towards out-of-home delivery are more than confirmed, we are proud to have been one of the major and pioneering players in this field, reaching more than 100,000 Pickup points. Going forward, we will continue to support our customers in their development needs and expectations by further investing in our out-of-home delivery network and services across Europe while strengthening our teams’ expertise.

Alberto Navarro, EVP and COO Europe of Geopost

EXPANDING OUR OUT-OF-HOME DELIVERY NETWORK ACROSS EUROPE

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Out-of-home is one of the key pillars of Geopost’s business strategy for tomorrow. While the trends towards out-of-home delivery are more than confirmed, we are proud to have been one of the major and pioneering players in this field, reaching more than 100,000 Pickup points. Going forward, we will continue to support our customers in their development needs and expectations by further investing in our out-of-home delivery network and services across Europe while strengthening our teams’ expertise.

Alberto Navarro, EVP and COO Europe of Geopost

A solid growth of +25% in response to new delivery habits

51%

of regular e-shoppers usually use more than one delivery place.

44%

of regular e-shoppers prefer out-of-home delivery options (VS 39% in 2022).

THE SOLAR POWERED LOCKER BY PICKUP

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THE SOLAR POWERED LOCKER BY PICKUP

We place consumer expectations, specifically measured by our e-shopper barometer, at the heart of our innovation strategy. Among its latest innovations and developments, our team at Pickup launched multi-service lockers last year, enabling consumers and retailers to notably exchange fresh produce, reserve a locker to leave an item for a third party or drop-off a parcel for return, as well as solar-powered lockers in the last month. Another innovation under development is the fitting room concept at parcel collection points. This concept is currently being rolled out in Germany, Croatia and Poland.