The Ukrainian Company Nova Post Started Working in Germany
Ukrainian logistics company Nova Post has opened its first branch in Germany, specifically in the capital city of Berlin. The company plans to open branches in four more cities in Germany, including Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main, Munich, and Cologne, by the end of the year, according to a statement on the company's website.
The Nova Post branch in Berlin is located at Charlottenstraße 79/80, 10117. Private and business customers can receive and send packages weighing up to 100 kg. The branch operates from Monday to Saturday. Delivery of packages from Ukraine to Germany or vice versa takes approximately five days.
The delivery rates for packages to Ukraine vary based on weight: 250 UAH ($6.8) for packages weighing up to 1 kg, 400 UAH ($10.9) for packages up to 2 kg, 600 UAH ($16.3) for packages up to 10 kg, and 1200 UAH ($32.7) for packages up to 30 kg.
"We continue to expand into new markets and develop our network in countries where we are already present because we aim to establish logistical connections between Ukraine and the world, and eventually connect all countries. The development of international trade is crucial for Ukrainians. The denser and faster the trade between Ukrainian and German businesses becomes, the better our economy will thrive," says Volodymyr Popereshniuk, co-owner of Nova Post.
The Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany, Oleksiy Makeiev, was an honorary guest at the opening ceremony and was the first to send a greeting card to Ukraine.
"Starting its expansion into European countries during the war, Nova Post once again demonstrates its compliance with the highest standards of world-class service and serves as an example of adaptability and resilience in Ukrainian business. The fact that the company continues to open branches and automated post offices in Ukraine and abroad even during the war helps hundreds of thousands of people with its services, proving once again the responsibility of Ukrainian business. I am confident that the cooperation between German businesses and Nova Poshta will make a significant contribution to the successful reconstruction of a peaceful Ukraine," emphasized Oleksiy Makeiev during the opening ceremony.
It is worth noting that this is already the third market entry for Nova Post this month. The Ukrainian company recently began operations in Romania and opened its first branch in the Czech Republic at the beginning of June.