Quantum Capital Partners to acquire Postcon business of PostNL

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Quantum Capital Partners and PostNL have signed an agreement on the sale of the activities of Postcon, the number-two mail provider in Germany and a subsidiary of PostNL. The transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including regulatory approval, and is expected to close before the end of 2019.

Steffen Görig, CEO and founder of Quantum Capital Partners, commented, “Postcon is the leading alternative mail provider in Germany in a challenging market environment. We look forward to continuing the growth path in the nationwide business, to further developing the last-mile business, and to enhancing operational and administrative efficiencies. We are keen to support the team on the road to success and are confident that we can realize Postcon’s full growth potential.” 

Herna Verhagen, CEO of PostNL, added, “This transaction will allow Postcon to further develop its activities and strengthen its position in the German postal market. The sale of Postcon marks another step in our strategy of focusing on our core markets in the Netherlands and Belgium and supporting the transformation of PostNL into an e-commerce logistics service provider.” 

Postcon processes over 1 billion letters a year and has a market share of about 10% in Germany. Together with its partners, its reach includes every household in the country. Postcon has modern sorting centers all across Germany, as well as a company-owned delivery structure in the Rhineland and Ruhr areas. The company has around 5,300 direct and indirect employees.

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