Warsaw-based Omnipack raised €2m in a debt financing round provided by Flashpoint Venture Debt. The fulfillment startup for mid-sized European e-tailers will use the new funds to further develop its technology offering and expand into new markets, specifically targeting Germany where the company plans to open new warehouses and increase the capacity of existing facilities. those. Since 2017, Omnipack has raised a total of €7.4 million.
Serving more than 40 countries and with more than 4 million parcels delivered “to date”, Poland’s Omnipack is another player operating in Europe’s ultra-competitive e-commerce sector. The company offers merchants a “full-stack” service, the collection of items, their storage in temperature-controlled warehouses, the customization of packaging and delivery to the consumer within two days.
With 25,000 square meters of “premium” warehousing space in strategic locations across Poland, the company guarantees fast shipments across Europe thanks to “state-of-the-art state-of-the-art technology. industry”.
Presumably, this technology includes the company’s newly deployed Logifact services, which allow the company to automate some of its operations, simplifies product management through a series of expiration dates, improves the return process and assists in monitoring warehouse activity.
99.92% – that’s our perfect order ratio – Omnipack
According to the company, an unnamed wish.com customer representative comments, “Thanks to the cooperation with Omnipack, we can provide a range of logistics services at the highest level. This operator supports us, among many other services, in managing the B2B flow (store service, sending welcome packs to cooperating stores), the B2C flow, returns and cross-docking. Such a range of services requires continuous knowledge of operations and effective contact. Omnipack does a great job here! We are happy that, thanks to this cooperation, we can be calm on all logistical issues and fully concentrate on the future development of the company. »