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Packeta Group expands facilities to Adriatic region

The Packeta Group, a global digital e-commerce platform, is expanding to the Adriatic with the opening of its seventh entity named Packeta Adriatic.

More specifically, the new entity will start its operation in Slovenia and gradually take on new countries in the Adriatic region.

According to Packeta Group, the Slovenian e-commerce market has experienced impressive growth in recent years during the coronavirus pandemic.

In addition, Slovenian e-shops can use more than 15,000 Packeta company pick-up points, including 6,300 automatic Z-BOXes and nearly 140,000 partner points throughout Europe.

Simona Kijonková, CEO of the Packeta Group, commented, "The Slovenian market is a huge opportunity for us and our partners from among e-shops. Local e-commerce has seen a huge boom in the last few years, which was accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic. A Slovenian customer does more online shopping."

Over the last few years, Packeta has dispatched millions of parcels from Slovenia to other European countries.

The new entity is thus another logical step for the group, which will bring it closer to e-commerce clients in the Adriatic region to whom it provides its services throughout Europe as well as overseas.

Packeta cooperates with local carriers, namely with DPD and the Post of Slovenia, which enables it to provide customers with maximum delivery comfort, within the Adriatic region.





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