Allegro’s network of logistics partners has expanded to include the Czech Packeta platform, offering deliveries to 9,100 pick-up points and Z-Box parcel machines in the Czech Republic, Allegro reported.
“Developing our foreign expansion, we cooperate with partners offering the highest quality of services. We look with ambition both at the markets of the region and further EU markets. We want to be the most convenient platform connecting buyers with sellers not only in Poland, but also on an international scale. (…),” said Jakub Kłoczewiak, director of operations at Allegro, quoted in the release.
“Since the beginning of our operations in Poland, our goal has been to support native e-shops in their efficient and effective foreign expansion. In our opinion, opening up to other markets is the future of the Polish e-commerce industry. We are even more pleased with the cooperation with Allegro, thanks to which the Czech market has become even more accessible to so many Polish e-shops. (…)” added Justyna Andreas, managing director at Packeta Polska.
Packeta is the most popular Czech logistics company (known on the domestic market as Zásilkovna). Providing deliveries to 9,100 stationary collection points and Z-Box machines, it becomes an important step in Allegro’s development on the strategic Czech market.
Allegro is the number 1 trading platform in Poland. Sales are carried out mainly by companies via the Allegro.pl marketplace e-commerce platform. Since October 2016, Allegro has been owned by the Cinven, Permira and Mid Europa funds. The company debuted on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in 2020.