New drop-off services set to help customers save money and time on their overall international transit times, eliminating collection from the courier.
Online PR News – 12-December-2014 – Belvedere, Kent – Cheap parcel delivery service Worldwide Parcel Services has launched their brand new UPS Drop-Off services in the lead up to a busy Christmas period. The new drop-off services will accompany their already popular UPS air and road services, as well as services from couriers including DHL and Interlink Express.
Worldwide Parcel Services say they have introduced the services to help customers save time on their international parcel delivery. With the UPS Drop-Off services not available to the UK and some parts of Africa, the parcel delivery services say customers now have the chance to save up to 1 day on their transit times.
When booking the service online at Worldwide Parcel Services, local access points will be made available for customers. UPS have over 4000 access points throughout the UK, at local hot spots including newsagents, grocery stores, supermarkets, petrol stations and post offices.
Customers using the UPS Drop-Off services will need to present at least two forms of identification when using their local access point. This is necessary and no parcel/parcels will be accepted without these necessities. UPS can only take parcels that weigh up to 20kg, with dimensions of a maximum length of 80cm and a 300cm girth.
Worldwide Parcel Services have recently released their new website for customers. The new website features a new fully mobile ready layout and revamped features. A new booking system has also been implemented to help customers with their parcel booking experience, making it quicker and easier than ever.
The parcel delivery services are currently offering 5% off of all parcels this Christmas period. Customers who book between now and the 31st December 2014 can receive the discount on parcel delivery to any international or UK destination. The promotion code: xmas5pc must simply be entered at the checkout stage of the order to receive the percentage off.