The report titled “Poland Express Delivery, Courier & Parcel, E-commerce Logistics Market Outlook to 2022 – By Air and Ground Express, by B2B, B2C & C2C Segments, by International and Domestic Express” provides a comprehensive analysis of express delivery logistics, courier, parcel and e-commerce logistics market in Poland. The report covers market size, market segments by Air and Ground Express, by B2B (Business-to-Business), B2C (Business-to-Customer) and C2C (Customer-to-Customer) Segments and By International and Domestic Express Logistics Services, competition scenario in Poland express logistics market (company profile of Poczta Polska, InPost, Poland Express, LDP, PKP Cargo, DSV Group, Yusen Logistics Polska, DB Schenker, DHL, DPD Polska and Rhenus) and Poland express logistics market future outlook and projections. The report also presents with snapshots of E-commerce logistics market and CEP (Courier, Express and Parcel) market.
Poland Express Logistics Market Introduction and Market Size
Despite the high cost of express logistics than normal, the express delivery service has witnessed significant growth in the Polish market. This is primarily due to the highly efficient secure and modern delivery process. The rise in number of players operating in the market over the years and the consumer preference for fast delivery has made a positive impact on the market. The competition in the market has become healthy and led to penetration of the market and introduction of better services. There has been a fall in number of letters posted through express delivery; however the number of courier and parcel sent through express delivery has increased substantially.
Poland Express Delivery Market Segmentation by Air and Ground Express
The express logistics implies same day delivery or delivery within 48 hours. The major airports of the country such as Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, and Poznan handle the major express logistics in the country. Warsaw has one of the largest cargo terminals in Europe. Some e-commerce companies use Poland as a base for making deliveries to neighboring Eastern Europe and Baltic countries. Use of air cargo to these countries reduces the time and makes the entire process more efficient. Ground Express witnessed lower revenue market share than the air express in the country owing to the lower charges of ground logistics. Ground express is used by the express logistics companies in the cases when a parcel can be transported to a place within the scheduled time from road.
Poland Express Delivery Market Segmentation by B2B, B2C and C2C Segments
Express logistics demand in B2B sector is generally derived by the manufacturing segment. The consignments that are delivered in this segment are majorly of large quantities. Bulk quantity coupled with the number of B2B companies using this service is a reason for highest revenue share of this segment. Companies that outsource raw materials, trade samples, contracts, important documents and other time sensitive deliveries contribute to the B2C segment. The increase in number of players in this market has also surged the demand for this service in the country. End users such as Empik, eobuwie.pl, RTV Euro AGD and others drive this segment. The last mile delivery is becoming more commoditized with better infrastructure, more competitors and better technology. C2C includes the deliveries made from one customer to another such as second hand goods. These items include electronics, letters, invitation boxes, apparels and other items.
Poland Express Delivery Market Segmentation by International and Domestic Express Deliveries
International courier has majorly contributed to the revenues of express logistics in the country. With the development of well-planned road infrastructure and air transport network in the country and good connectivity with European, North American and Asian countries through road and air routes has resulted in an increase in the demand for express delivery for international shipment in the country. On the other hand, high internet penetration in the country and growth of e-commerce industry has aided market revenue for domestic express delivery services.
Poland E-commerce Logistics Market
Currently, there are about 23,000 online stores operating on the Polish market, the vast majority of which are medium-sized or small, which send up to fifteen parcels a day. About 7,000 new online stores are opened in Poland every year. A similar number is being closed, but the number of companies related to online sales is increasing from year to year. Packages dispatched and delivered as part of e-commerce operations have parameters different to the TSL model (transport, shipping, and logistics). The predominant weight for packages dispatched by online shops is between 1-5 kg (43%). The most-bought articles are clothing, footwear, books, electronics and cosmetics. Interestingly, the limited offer of traditional stores in towns with less than 20,000 inhabitants makes shopping online more popular, which in turn is a serious challenge for efficient and timely delivery.
Poland Express Delivery Market Future Outlook and Projections
Growth in e-commerce industry will drive the express delivery market owing to the rising demand of this service for B2C business segment. Middle class and young population in Poland is expected to drive the demand of animal protein and dairy products. These products being perishable require express delivery and hence will have a positive impact on the express delivery market. The future of courier services also implies that customers will often decide on the method of receipt of parcels, but also on the time of delivery. The price for courier services are expected to decline which will be the result of a change in the structure of export packages for the increase in the share of economic packages characterized by a lower price for the parcel.
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