EBRD and donors provide emergency assistance to Ukrposhta and Nova Poshta

EBRD and donors provide emergency assistance to Ukrposhta and Nova Poshta

April 28, 2022

The EBRD and its donors are providing emergency technical assistance to Ukrposhta and Nova Poshta, the two largest delivery companies in Ukraine.

With funds worth €1 million, the EBRD will help the companies adjust their international logistics systems to the crisis.

Since the start of the war, both clients have had to rearrange their logistics networks and are now using their warehouses in Poland as international delivery hubs. The donor funds will enable cargo to be delivered to these hubs in order to help private businesses in Ukraine stay operational and withstand the crisis.

The funds will also ensure the continued supply of critical humanitarian aid such as food, water and medical supplies, to the population in Ukraine.

The technical assistance will help thousands of private entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized enterprises and individuals in Ukraine who sell their products on global e-commerce platforms and rely on Nova Poshta and Ukrposhta to reach their customers across the world.

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