Parcelhub is a flexible and scalable eCommerce and wholesale parcel shipping solution, that integrates seamlessly with your eBay store and/or 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 multi-carrier shipping solution grants Shopify merchants access to ‘pooled volume’ discounted rates from its carefully selected range of carrier partners.
Parcelhub distributes over 500,000 parcels per month, on behalf of hundreds of national and global retailers, wholesalers and high street brands.
Our free courier 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.
Many small but flourishing eCommerce businesses find themselves in a difficult position as they grow: how to find time to manage increasing sales while also working on business strategy and future growth.
It’s the problem that faced Jane Green, owner of eBay shop Pro Car Mats, who has seen orders increase by 600% in the 12 months since she gave up her manufacturing job to launch the business.
“When we started we were getting around 20 orders a day. I could probably have managed these myself but I had worked with Parcelhub in the past and knew they could offer a solution that would not only simplify the delivery process but also secure me a discount on shipping, even at those relatively low volumes, making it a cost-effective option – Read Full Case Study.
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