Sorted celebrate £1 billion shipment landmark

By Lauren Fruncillo December 16, 2019 - 8:24 pm

Sorted, a global delivery platform are celebrating landmark achievement towards the end of 2019 as the value of goods shipped to date reaches £1 billion.

The Manchester-based company have seen a record twelve months of rapid growth with their client base increasing by a fantastic 200%. Sorted have welcomed the business of fashion giant ASOS who are using the delivery platform’s secure software to better customer experience and save money by having them run a percentage of their distribution centre management in the UK.

“Adding ASOS to our ever-expanding roster of clients alongside the likes of Missguided, Farfetch, French Connection and FatFace shows that our delivery technology is trusted by some of the planet’s biggest retailers.”
– David Grimes, Founder & CEO, Sorted.

Since the first few major clients started working with Sorted the company have become a huge player in delivery experience shipping £1.3 billion worth of goods to 171 countries. Seamlessly connected ecommerce is key to the successful flow of a business and the positive experience of the consumer. Sorted focuses on creating a happy medium which takes pressure out of the buying and selling process by adding value to relationships between shoppers and brands.

“Consumer expectations have never been higher than they are now. And by constantly refining and driving innovation in the delivery experience sector we are becoming retailers’ secret weapon of choice.

“Hitting the £1billion milestone of goods shipped is a great testament to the drive and dedication of our workforce who are constantly striving to ensure Sorted remain best in class.”
– David Grimes, Founder & CEO, Sorted.

It can also be noted that during the many ecommerce successes of this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday events Sorted also saw record volumes of parcels making their way through the delivery experience platform. In the first week of December 2019 their parcel volumes increase 97% in comparison to the previous year.

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