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Parcelhub software development timeline

Parcelhub software development timeline

2008

  •  DHL CAS-Link for UK Express parcels
  •  DHL European Road Services

2009

  •  HDNL services
  •  Track #1 developed with all-parcel view and multiple carriers on one screen

2010

  •  Parcelforce Services for UK and International

2011

  •  Applied and integrated the new Yodel services
  •  UK Mail’s UK services added
  •  DHL international Air, new Road Services for Europe and DHL Domestic
  •  Parcelhub appears as an option on the Collect+ website and is used by our clients’ customers to return their parcels (http://www.collectplus.co.uk/returns/new/parcelhub)

2012

  •  City Link services added
  •  Pro-forma invoice printing for international shipments
  •  Automated emailing sending a tracking link to the end recipient
  •  Carrier label print to PDF and Windows native
  •  Hermes services added
  •  Night Freight added

2013

  •  Project “Strawberry” website despatching started
  •  Automated eBay & Amazon integration
  •  Yodel International for Ireland and Channel Islands implemented
  •  Parcelforce re-written to include fast EPL and ZPL label printing
  •  Collect Plus return labels generated from existing client details

2014

  •   Web shipping via web.parcelhub.net in use
  •   Automated emailing by event scan to the end recipient and/or the shipper
  •   Parcelhub European Parcel Service launched, a road service into Europe
  •   Addition of international Parcelforce labels
  •   Updated address book for international shipment details
  •   DPD services added

2015

  •  Addition of a further 4 carrier service providers, namely TNT, Whistl, Interpost and UPS

2016

2017

2018

  •  Parcelhub Connects Shipping and Tracking with New Portal
  •  PH Messaging deprecated
  •  Carrier notifications upgrades; introduction of in-flight changes and delivery window notifications
  •  Parcelhub Enforces the Use of Secure Communication to Protect Customer Data
  •  Parcelhub and Mail Workshop are acquired by Whistl
Simon Wright

As SEO and Content Marketing Manager at the Whistl Group, Simon has over 10 years' experience in both B2B and B2C marketing, and as a result, offers a unique perspective on the pre- and post-checkout delivery experiences. Simon writes regularly for both the Parcelhub and Whistl blogs and is passionate about helping retailers make delivery their competitive advantage.

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