Parcelhub - Courier Services and Parcel Delivery for Sheffield Businesses

2nd September 2015

Parcelhub's new depot, in Dinnington, enables businesses throughout South Yorkshire to save time and money on their parcel distribution.

Parcelhub also provides parcel delivery services to multiple high volume shippers throughout the UK. What makes Parcelhub unique? Parcelhub sends up to 350,000 parcels per month on behalf of more than 500 businesses. As a result, customers get access to pooled volume discounts from Parcelhub's range of UK and international carrier partners. E-commerce is driving the growth in consumer spending, with online sales predicted to reach £52.25bn this year and continue rising. This increase in online retail means a rise in deliveries and this is where Parcelhub steps in. Parcelhub provides services for high volume business mail and parcels, saving customers money by providing one access point to multiple parcel carriers. The firmcurrently handles parcel shipping for over 500 eCommerce, eBay and Amazon retailers, moving more than 350,000 parcels per month across the UK. Every client is supplied with free tracking through its carrier software integration and additional services include multiple-courier web based tracking, proactive email and SMS notifications and integration with the eBay and Amazon selling platforms. This technology has been developed from scratch and is delivered by the in-house IT team, who work closely with customers to make sure it is meeting their needs. Mark Rosenberg, Managing Director, said, -We take pride in our ability to 'go the extra mile' for our clients. The collaborative way in which our IT systems have been developed enables us to provide bespoke solutions for many clients, who can pick and choose elements that suit them and their business best. Our proactive customer service team also delivers added value, more often than not saving clients time and money by acting as a direct point of contact, removing the need to liaise with multiple carriers.

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