Parcel2Go Exclusively offer new myHermes Light & Large Service

By Chris Dawson July 12, 2017 - 11:17 am

Parcel2Go is now offering an exclusive new myHermes service: myHermes Light & Large.

The service is designed to help customers with larger parcels at lighter weights, send them for less than they would pay anywhere else. Using myHermes Light & Large, Parcel2Go customers can send parcels measuring up to 2 metres in length from as little as £17.50 exc VAT, allowing them to save up to 39% against Parcel2Go competitors.

Light & Large is only available to Parcel2Go customers.

Why the interest in Light Large items?

The myHermes Light & Large service provides the answer to a problem that has plagued the parcel industry for a long time. Previously, customers sending larger, lighter parcels were forced to pay the same charges as customers sending much heavier items as carriers’ applied volumetric weight pricing rules.

This made sending bulky, but light items, like clothing or bedding expensive.

“While we were focused on providing the best rates at heavier weight brackets, we realised that some customers needed a service designed for sending large parcels at low weight brackets in order to ensure they got the same amazing value they would get with heavier or smaller parcels. That’s exactly what myHermes Light & Large does.”
– Adam Harris, Managing Director at Parcel2Go

myHermes Light & Large services at Parcel2Go

You can send parcels up to 30kg maximum weight. The dimensions are restricted to 2 metres maximum parcel length and a total maximum combined dimensions of 420cm. This is a collection service and after pick up your parcels will be delivered in 2–3 working days.

More details on the myHermes Light & Large service are available on the Parcel2Go website.

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