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06-13-2009, 09:27 PM
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Pan Nordic Logistics AB (PNL), owned by Post Denmark and Norway Post, has on 26th January signed an agreement with Estonian Post. It is a bilateral co-operation between the two companies which results in a comprehensive network reaching all households and companies in Estonia and the Nordic region.

Estonia is an expansive market with imports and exports of parcels and pallets from the entire Nordic region and especially from Sweden. The co-operation gives both companies the possibilities of developing in this potential market, as well as securing an extensive and economical service to the customers in Estonia and the Nordic region.

- Estonia Post is a well-reputed company with a comprehensive infrastructure and IT solutions which fully meet our requirements in respect of track and trace. The agreement enables us to offer our customers even better services to and from Estonia, says Benny Rhe Hansen, CEO.

- Estonian Post is executing its strategic goal to enlarge its parcel services into the Nordic market. PNL is the best suitable partner for that, because their network covers the whole of the Nordic region, and the profile of its business customer portfolio matches ours, says Peeter Raudsepp, Chairman of the Board of Estonian Post.

About PNL
Pan Nordic Logistics (PNL), established in 1997, has the most comprehensive distribution network in the Nordic region, which can reach every business and consumer in the region. Today, we can assist anyone in the Nordic countries to send and receive parcels and pallets within the region and to the rest of the world.

PNL is owned by the Danish and Norwegian postal companies, and works closely with the postal companies in Estonia, Finland, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland and Sweden. Our Head Office is in Sweden. We have a total of 150 employees in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. Our annual turnover is approximately SEK 1 billion.