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Parcelhub and Mail Workshop Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

In aid of Rainbows Children's Hospice, Eight members of the Parcelhub and Mail Workshop team, their friends and family will be hiking a gruelling 24 miles up and down the highest ground of the Yorkshire Dales, on July 15th.   Climbing Pen-y-ghent (694 m), Whernside (736 m) and Ingleborough (723 m), the group aims to ascend 1586 m in ten solid hours of walking.   Every year, Parcelhub and...

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E-commerce ticketing system UK

Parcelhub has developed a new internal ticketing system to help the customer service team track and solve customer enquiries more efficiently.   A significant internal change, it combines a number of current procedures to make monitoring and responding to queries simpler and quicker for both customers and the customer service team.   The system has been built entirely by in-house developers and as a result is a completely bespoke...

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Outsource eCommerce customer service in the United Kingdom

Parcelhub has launched a ground-breaking logistics support solution for its eCommerce clients, providing them with levels of service and transparency never before seen in the industry.   The fast-growing firm now handles parcel shipping for over 500 eCommerce, eBay and Amazon retailers and has become known for its innovative technology and intuitive solutions for the ‘final mile’, often the most complex, time consuming and costly part of...

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Lake District Three Peaks Charity Challenge for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance

Raises £2,449.50 of £2,000 target for Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance   Back in July, 12 members of the Parcelhub and Mail Workshop teams attempted three of the highest peaks in the Lake District; Skiddaw, Helvellyn, and Scafell Pike, all of which exceed 3,000 feet in height.   However, due to adverse weather conditions, the team was advised to abandon the attempt to climb England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike,...

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