, the largest marketplace for new and used goods in Poland, has signed cooperation agreements with Polish Post, the shipping company UPS, and press distribution company Ruch.

As part of the cooperation, shipments for goods bought on the site will be collected at certified UPS Access Points, Polish Post outlets, Orlen gas stations, Żabka and Freshmarket chain stores and Ruch’s kiosks and salons.

The service is available to all entrepreneurs who use the Allegro marketplace, provided they sign a special cooperation agreement with the company. They can already send goods through UPS and Ruch, while the Polish Post offer will be available in the coming month.

Allegro is owned by private equity firms Cinven, Permira and Mid Europe; who bought it from Naspers. The AIM Group reported on the acquisition in October 2016.

The site received a massive 210.3 million visits to its desktop and mobile websites in April, according to SimilarWeb.

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