Under Regulation (EU) 2018/644 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 April 2018 on cross-border parcel delivery services, there is an obligation on some “parcel delivery service providers” to provide certain information to the Commission for Communications Regulation (“ComReg”) which is then passed to the European Commission.
In Regulation 2018/644 the term “parcel delivery service provider” is defined as meaning “an undertaking that provides one or more parcel delivery services with the exception of undertakings established in one Member State alone, that only provide domestic parcel delivery services as part of a sales contract and as part of the contract personally delivery goods that are subject of that contract to the user”.
“Parcel delivery services” are defined as meaning “services involving the clearance, sorting transport and distribution of parcels”. Parcel is defined as meaning “a postal item containing goods with or without commercial value, other than an item of correspondence, with a weight not exceeding 31.5kg”.
You are asked to make ComReg aware of this by emailing email@example.com.
Please also state if you had, on average, more than 50 persons working for you and involved in the provision of parcel delivery services over the previous calendar year.
If you had on average more than 50 persons working for you over the previous calendar year in the provision of parcel delivery services, there is certain information you will need to provide to ComReg at a future date, namely;
Please also see ComReg Information Notice 18/107