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International package delivery to Poland has never been easier, with Parcel Monkey's easy to use global, cross border shipping comparison service offering low prices from numerous couriers all in one place, meaning it is possible to save time and money when looking for a solution shipping packages to Poland, from other countries around the world. Poland is the ninth largest country in Europe and since they joined the EU in 2004, many Poles have grabbed this opportunity to work overseas, meaning the amount of goods being sent back to the likes of Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan, Torun and Kraków is ever increasing. Poland has a vast population, currently estimated to be 38.5 million and is also one of the fastest growing economies in the world, meaning the reasons and opportunities for shipping here are rife. Consumers in Poland are often known to research online and then purchase offline so an important challenge for eCommerce to overcome in Poland is closing the gap between online and offline sales. Mobile commerce can be used to close that gap, such as providing more information on the items that can be found in the actual store, something to consider when thinking of expanding any online store to the Polish market. Predictions for this region however look rosy, with the eCommerce market expected to grow to €25 billion by 2020 so being able to ship goods bought online to Poland from international destinations, could well be worth your while. The largest sector in Polish eCommerce is clothing and accessories, followed closely by books, games and DVD's whilst the Polish online store Allegro, has over 40 millions users. The potential to ship to Poland on a regular basis and sell goods to this active and tech savvy market, make it a mouth watering prospect for any SME in Europe and the rest of the world. About 75 percent of the population has already tried online shopping at some point and 46 percent of the population shop online regularly. The annual e-commerce growth in Poland is about 25 percent – one of the highest growth rates in Europe, whilst it is already one of the most important markets for e-commerce in Europe, alongside the U.K., France, Germany and the Czech Republic.