Parcelforce extend Global Priority Return Service

By Chris Dawson June 18, 2014 - 9:05 am

Parcelforce featParcelforce Worldwide are extending their Global Priority Return service to customers in 10 new countries in Europe.

Previously the service was only available to customers in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia. It’s now been extended to cover customers in Republic of Ireland, Spain, Finland, Malta, Estonia, Austria, Lithuania, Italy, Greece and Poland.

The service makes it easier for UK online retailers to provide international shoppers with a free, trackable returns service for unwanted items, improving the overall buying experience. The service uses established international postal networks and offers the consumer high levels of choice, convenience and control as it is accessible through nearly 70,000 post offices and parcel posting premises across Europe, with an end to end track and trace feature.

All the retailer has to do is generate a dedicated label, and email it to their customer. The customer can then print the label, attach it to their parcel and take the package to their local Post Office.

You’ll need to open a Parcelforce account if you want to use their Global Priority Return service, more details on the Parcelforce website.

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