Posti and Bring strengthen their cooperation

Posti and Bring strengthen their cooperation

Posti is offering new internationalisation opportunities for Finnish online stores in Sweden and Denmark by strengthening its cooperation with Bring, a company owned by the Norwegian postal service.

In a statement issued on Tuesday (15 February), Posti said that Swedish and Danish consumers will now be able to order products from Finnish companies to be delivered to their homes in addition to parcel pickup points. In Sweden, home pallet deliveries will also be available.

Posti has long used Bring’s delivery services, especially B2B services, in the Nordic countries. Similarly, Posti delivers some of Bring’s items in Finland.

“We’re happy that our cooperation with Bring is deepening and that we can offer Finnish companies diverse delivery solutions in Sweden and Denmark. Demand for home deliveries in particular has increased during the pandemic, and it seems that the change is permanent,” said Arttu Hollmérus, who is responsible for Posti’s parcel and e-commerce business.

The service network in Sweden and Denmark covers approximately 3,000 pickup points. Bring has its own app for consumers, which allows them to, for example, change the delivery method of a parcel to be picked up to home delivery and vice versa.

Sweden is an important market for Finnish online stores.

“At Bring we are constantly trying to find new ways, and flexible delivery options is high on our agenda – which is why it feels great to deliver from online stores from our neighbouring country,” said Lena Hillring, Partner Manager at Bring.

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