Scurri integrate Amazon Shipping Carrier

By Chris Dawson February 3, 2020 - 10:32 am

Scurri have announced that service for the newly established Amazon Shipping carrier is now available through Scurri. This carrier can be treated just like any other carrier and Scurri customers can send shipping orders not generated on the Amazon Marketplace through this service.

The Amazon Shipping carrier service which specialises in UK Next-Day delivery at competitive rates. With benefits including a 7-day pick-up service and no weekend surcharge. Grow your business by improving the speed of fulfilment and by establishing a reputation for reliability through Scurri in partnership with Amazon Shipping.

Reliability is hyper important for today’s demanding consumer. We recently published a white paper in partnership with Scurri detailing best practices on how to communicate tracking to your customers and practical steps on how to easily aggregate tracking data to communicate meaningfully with your customers through your own brand. You can download the white paper here.

How start using Amazon Shipping Carrier

Scurri is one of a few integrators that Amazon has chosen for its shipping services, it’s fast and simple to set-up. So to find out how Scurri can help you maximise the potential value of this opportunity simply register your interest in Amazon Shipping here.

Enter draw to win Rugby tickets with Scurri

If you’d like to see the Six Nations England vs Ireland match at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday the 23rd of February, enter the draw to be Scurri CEO, Rory O’Connor’s guest. Scurri are hosting a hospitality table in the exclusive ICON Club and you could be there.

Winners will also get: Ex-legends hosting; Fine dining; Premium open-bar; Blocked and reserved category 1 seats; and a full post-match meet n’ greet with players from the pitch.

You can enter the draw here.

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