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Parcelly announces partnership with Palmer and Harvey

By Dan Wilson August 17, 2016 - 5:05 pm

Parcelly has announced a partnership with wholesaler firm Palmer and Harvey (P&H). The deal will give Parcelly access to multiple, convenience, forecourt and CTN retail outlets throughout the UK.

Palmer and Harvey will benefit from increased product diversification by adding Parcelly’s click & collect product to their existing Plus Extra service portfolio.

Palmer and Harvey says: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Parcelly, who will provide our 3000 Plus Extra members with a click and collect solution. Time poor consumers are looking more and more for an efficient, credible and trustworthy click and collect service, which P&H and Parcelly can now provide.”

Sebastian Steinhauser of Parcelly says: “Our aim is to offer customers the convenience of flexible click&collect services which suit their busy lifestyles, and provide a lasting social and environmental impact. Parcelly puts online shoppers in full control of their parcel deliveries, but also converts these customers into footfall for local high streets, while cutting failed deliveries down to zero. With the help of P&H, we’re delighted to introduce our solution to more local businesses across the country, supporting them with a new revenue stream and allowing customers to collect their parcels when and where they want.”

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