Yodel international delivery service to cover 200 countries

By Sasha Fedorenko October 2, 2019 - 10:42 am

Yodel today announced the launch of Yodel international delivery service in an effort to support sellers’ cross border trading with a last-mile solution which covers 200 countries.

The UK delivery supplier and a specialist freight forwarder, DG International are working together to provide a streamlined global outbound service to UK sellers.

The new Yodel international service has been developed to provide a fast and efficient home delivery solution to more than 200 countries for parcels up to 30kg. By partnering with DG International, Yodel are now offering sellers flexible overseas road and air shipping solutions and customs expertise.

The service offers full customer service support and end to end tracking via the Yodel website using a single reference number, ensuring both retailers and shoppers have easy access to information at every stage of the delivery. Transit times vary between 3-5 days for European parcels and 6-10 days for the rest of the world.

There has been a steady growth in cross border sales in recent years, thanks in part to improved consumer confidence, but also to the increase in reliable internet connections. According to the eCommerce Foundation, global internet penetration reached 59.9% in 2018 and is continuing to grow, opening up the online retail market to billions of potential buyers.

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