GLS Hungary Inaugurates 1000th Parcel Terminal

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A GLS parcel terminal in Hungary.

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GLS Hungary has raised its number of parcel terminals to 1,000 with the inauguration of one in the Allee shopping center in Budapest, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

The company told MTI it was the first among its competitors to reach the milestone.

GLS Hungary has added almost 800 parcel terminals to its network in the past year.

The company has over 2,200 couriers as well as a network of 90 depots and over 2,000 pickup points.

GLS Hungary had revenue of HUF 68.7 billion in 2021, public records show.

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