Pink Post, leader of the private postal services market in Romania, ended 2020 with a turnover of 91 million lei, increasing by 6% compared to the previous year.
In 2020, Pink Post made over 116 million mailings, up 7% from 2019. In the segment of unsolicited mailings, the company delivered over 177 million materials last year.
In terms of the number of shipments made in 2020, the largest volumes were in Bucharest and Ilfov, with 24% of the total nationally.
"2020 has been a year full of challenges and uncertainty and for many, it has been difficult to stay afloat. Even more important for us is that we remained in the first place, at the top of private postal service operators in terms of the number of shipments, which confirms that our services are well adapted to market requirements and meet the needs of consumers in this segment. We ended the year with a profit and we continued to grow compared to 2019, and we want to keep this trend for 2021 as well ”, said Cristi Petcu, CEO of Pink Post.
Pink Post became the largest private postal service operator in the country by the number of shipments, by delivering 770 million envelopes in the period 2010-2020 and one billion addressed and unaddressed advertising materials, according to a statement from the private operator of postal services.
The company has a fleet of 200 cars and a team of over 1,600 employees, delivering for over 200 customers.
The history of Pink Post began in 2009, with the launch of the postal service company Total Post. Two years later, in 2011, Total Post acquired TCE Post, and in 2017, the company announced the expansion of operations by merging with Postmaster. The company thus became a member of the Octra Holding group, owned by businessman Octavian Radu.
The merger was followed by a rebranding process, at the end of which it became Pink Post.
Currently, the company offers customers postal services and express mailings at the national level, thanks to a territorial network of 60 branches in the most important cities in Romania.