Fast-growing out-of-home delivery service InPost has appointed Neil Kuschel as UK CEO.

Kuschel brings extensive knowledge and a wealth of experience in the logistics and technology industries, with a focus on supporting UK eCommerce retailers in their growth journey.

After a 20-year career with DHL, he joined the cross-border eCommerce enabler Global-e as European CEO, taking it through a successful Nasdaq IPO.

This appointment follows recent positive results for InPost as it announces record-breaking volumes, revenues and profits for 2023. 

Headquartered in Luxembourg, InPost saw UK revenues increase by 150% to £87 million. Parcel volumes increased exponentially, with 17.2 million parcels successfully delivered in Q4 2023, a 196% increase on the previous year.

Its goal is to revolutionise parcel delivery in the UK by making lockers an affordable, convenient and quick option, with Out of Home being the most environmentally friendly form of delivery. 

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“We are delighted to welcome Neil to the InPost team at a pivotal time in the UK market as we continue to expand our reach and drive locker volumes,” said Michael Rouse, CEO of InPost International.

“His extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of the industry will prove invaluable as we build on our achievements and continue to accelerate our growth strategy in the UK.

“I am confident that under Neil’s leadership, InPost is best placed to continue disrupting the UK out-of-home e-commerce logistics market and I look forward to working with him closely.”

Kuschel commented: “I am thrilled to be joining InPost as UK CEO during such a pivotal time for the business. 2023 was a year of record-breaking growth for the company.

“Our innovative approach to lockers aligns perfectly with the evolving preferences of consumers for convenient, fast, affordable and sustainable collection and delivery options.”

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