GLS introduces refreshed brand identity
Brand refresh embodies the company’s ambitions with an exciting and dynamic look
GLS, a leading parcel service provider, reveals its updated brand identity today. The brand refresh builds upon what has made GLS successful in the fast-changing world of parcel services and supports the company’s growth ambitions. At its core, GLS makes every parcel delivery personal with its seamless solutions. The refreshed brand identity reflects the company’s undertaking with a fresh, dynamic and digital-friendly look.
GLS strengthens European network
The international parcel logistics company expects 30 to 40 percent more volume in the autumn and Christmas season. In 2020, the GLS Group invests more than 150 million euros in the expansion of the European network.
GLS Group successfully recertified
The quality and environmental management system of the GLS Group has been recertified in Europe for another three years – in accordance with ISO 9001 and 14001. GDP certification has also been confirmed in five countries of the international parcel service provider, and a new GDP seal has been added for Spain.
GLS: Networks running and stable
Parcel service providers have a crucial role to play in the coronavirus crisis by providing essential logistic services facilitating the flow of goods. GLS continues to provide parcel shipping services in all countries in which the Group operates keeping local communities across Europe and North America connected at this critical time.
Estafeta becomes GLS partner in Mexico
The GLS Group has expanded its commitment on the North American continent with a new partnership. From June 2019, Estafeta Mexicana, S.A. DE C.V. (Estafeta) will deliver GLS consignments in Mexico and, in a second step, will feed parcels for the European, US and Canadian markets into the GLS network.