Postal services firm InPost may debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in the second half of 2014, Rafał Brzoska, the CEO of the firm's owner Integer.pl told Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. “A partial exit from the firm seems very attractive,” he said.
Mr Brzoska added that the company wants to be an active participant in the consolidation of the Polish market for postal deliveries.
In July, Integer applied for the takeover of PGP and Inforsys. The final decision is to be announced in the first quarter of 2014. Cooperation with PGP would effectively increase Integer's profits by zł.100 million annually.
“PGP, after having recently won the tender to handle courts and prosecution official correspondence will be bigger company than InPost,” said Mr Brzoska.
InPost owner, Integer.pl is already listed on the WSE.
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