Worldwide Parcel Services new mobile friendly website
Worldwide Parcel Services, have launched a brand new website for customers in the UK and abroad.
The parcel service from Kent offers parcel delivery to over 200 international destinations via UPS, DHL and Interlink Express. They offer a range of road and air services, offering direct delivery from door to door. Parcel import from any country to the UK is also available using a simple online booking system at Worldwide Parcel Services.
Designed for mobile and tablets, the website has been adapted to allow customers to place orders whenever and wherever they are, on any device. The new responsive design offers a combination of a liquid layout, which scales images to re-flow the content, presenting important elements of the site like the ‘Quick Quote’ menu and ‘Tracking’ menu at the correct size and format for the chosen device at hand.
Why use Worldwide Parcel Services
With the increased ease of selling overseas, the one missing piece of the puzzle for many marketplace sellers is the delivery mechanism. eBay have made it easy to list on overseas sites and with a Unified Amazon account it’s a snip to list on Amazon’s other EU sites. However there’s not much point selling if you can’t deliver.
I know from when I used ParcelForce they’d happily add on International services, but they wanted a commitment to 50 parcels per year – not a lot, but at the time I didn’t know how many overseas sales I’d get. With Worldwide Parcel Services you can get a quote for delivery costs up front to specify when listing on overseas marketplaces and book one parcel at at time when you get a sale.
Worldwide Parcel Services benefits for regular customer
A new feature for regular shippers enables those who send more than 3 international parcels per month to qualify for cheaper prices, order history and other benefits.
Tracking a parcel with Worldwide Parcel Service couldn’t be simpler, just enter your invoice into the reference box on their Parcel Tracking page which is now just as easy to use on their new mobile site as it is from a desktop.