The Boxberry delivery service was created in 2010 as a structural subdivision of the Ural-Press group of companies. Initially, the company had a network of 70 order issuing points and was engaged in the shipping delivery for online stores. In 2011, Boxberry went international and began to provide customs clearance and delivery services to Russia for foreign partners. In 2013, the company launched a courier delivery service. In 2014, Boxberry began to accept letters and parcels from individuals for delivery.
Since 2015, the company has been cooperating with Yandex.Delivery service. As of the end of 2015, the regional Boxberry network consisted of 453 branches in 214 Russian cities. In 2016, the network grew to 1000 branches, and the number of cities' presence increased to 308. Boxberry also acquired 75% of the Axiomus courier service. In the same year, a massive release of free modules for popular CMS platforms and the launch of the Safe Deal service took place.
In 2017, Boxberry joined the ACEX international logistics alliance and became the first logistics company to represent the eCommerce sector in the alliance. The Boxberry International division was opened for international delivery.
In the spring of 2017, the company became the official partner of the Yula free classifieds service.
At the end of 2017, the network consisted of more than 1,700 pick-up points in 420 cities.
At the beginning of 2018, Boxberry already had about 1900 branches, and the geography of its presence has expanded to 800 settlements in Russia.
In March 2018, Boxberry became the official partner of Avito.ru for delivery and began to cooperate with the Internet portal "Fair of Masters"