Parcelhub is a flexible and scalable eCommerce and wholesale parcel shipping solution, that integrates seamlessly with your order management system. Multi-channel eCommerce platforms are easily integrated and dedicated pro-active parcel management comes as standard.
Distributing more than 6 million parcels on its own carrier contracts every year, Parcelhub’s free multi-carrier shipping software grants Amazon sellers access to ‘pooled volume’ discounted rates from its carefully selected range of carrier partners.
Parcelhub multi-carrier shipping software is free to install, and can be loaded onto your PC, server, or accessed online. Parcelhub shipping software can print labels, track and manage deliveries. The best part is, not only does this save you time, money and paperwork, our committed software and customer services teams are passionate about learning about your business’s core needs.
With over 50 years’ combined experience in the Amazon order fulfilment sector, Parcelhub and our sister company Mail Workshop provide a range of fulfilment, storage and distribution services including eCommerce Fulfilment, Picking and Packing,Warehousing & Storage and Printed Matter Distribution.
Parcelhub distributes more than 500,000 parcels per month, on behalf of hundreds of national and global retailers, wholesalers and high street brands.
Our free carrier management software seamlessly integrates with your current platform, granting you access to discounted rates from our carrier partners.
Parcelhub advises you on volume shipping best practices, enabling you to choose the most appropriate carriers to suit your product range or business model.
Once you send a parcel out the door and it hits the carrier’s network, Parcelhub’s groundbreaking eCommerce support team deals with queries on your behalf – as you.
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