InPost reports “strong revenue and volume growth across all markets”

InPost reports “strong revenue and volume growth across all markets”

The automated parcel machine service provider InPost has announced that its second quarter (Q2) reported revenue of PLN 1.696 billion almost doubled its revenue for the same period last year.

In a statement issued today (1 September), InPost added that its Q2 adjusted EBITDA was up more than 40% year-on-year at PLN 511 million.

The company reported volume growth in its three core geographies of Poland, France and the United Kingdom, as it delivered 179.9 million parcels in Q2, which was up 73% y-o-y.

Looking ahead, InPost said that it maintained confidence in its “ability to make further gains in market share across core geographies in the second half of the year”. However, the company added that – due to a “slowing in consumer spending” – it remains “cautious about sector volume growth rates and [the] potential implications on margins”.

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