Pickup, DPD Russia's partner parcel shop network, has grown to become the country's largest in terms of geographical coverage. It has offices in more than 670 cities and villages around Russia. Rostelecom, Halva, 220 Volt, and Ulmart are among DPD Pickup's significant partners. A number of Citilink stores also joined the partner network last year. DPD Pickup parcel outlets can be found throughout the Eurasian Economic Union. The total number of points is over 4,000, and the total number of cities and towns is 745, including Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan's parcel shops. In Kazakhstan, the number of locations increased significantly last year, while DPD launched its own locker network in Belarus in January 2019.DPD Russia is a significant courier, express, parcel (CEP), and logistics company. It is a subsidiary of DPDgroup, Europe's second-largest international parcel delivery network, which is owned by GeoPost Holding. DPD Russia's successful integration with SPSR Express has resulted in the formation of Russia's largest private CEP operator. Over 150 depots and 3,000 Pickup parcel stores are part of the integrated Russian network, which also includes operations in all Eurasian Economic Union nations. Thousands of shipments are delivered every day via the business network. DPD Russia, as part of the DPDgroup, ships to 26,000 locations in Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, and throughout the world. The industry-leading Predict service from DPD is setting a new bar for keeping online shoppers up to date on their deliveries.
Parcel Tracker provides tracking both for international postal services (delivery services run by countries) and for couriers (private companies such as UPS and FedEx).