My Parcel Delivery new offices to add fulfilment

By Chris Dawson July 7, 2014 - 12:29 pm

myparceldeliveryMy Parcel Delivery has taken its next step to becoming a fully-fledged logistics business with a location move to new offices which also has warehousing facilities.

The online parcel delivery comparison website founded four years ago in Manchester plans to offer new services including warehousing plus pick and pack services aimed primarily at growing e-commerce, eBay and Amazon businesses. This will complement its existing low-cost delivery prices negotiated with leading courier services such as DPD, City Link, Parcelforce, Hermes and DX.

Its new 23,000 sqft unit based in Trafford Park, Manchester – four times the size of its most recent offices – will also house the company’s growing teams, including more than 20 new IT developers currently being recruited alongside the eight new job roles already created and filled in the last six months in the marketing, sales and customer service departments.

David Grimes, My Parcel Delivery’s managing director, says: “We know that our customers’ e-commerce, eBay and Amazon businesses are growing at an incredible rate and they are looking for a broader range of services to help them manage this period of expansion while saving time and money. Our new warehousing facility will enable growing e-commerce businesses to use a drop shipping approach, which means they pass the entire responsibility for storage of stock, inventory and order fulfilment to us to get their products to customers in the UK and Internationally.”

Congratulations to David all all his team at My Parcel Delivery, we always love to hear of businesses that are growing and thriving.

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