DPD launches in-app parcel sending service

DPD launches in-app parcel sending service

DPD has launched an “in-app” parcel sending service which enable consumers to send parcels anywhere in the UK and to more than 20 countries across Europe.

In a statement sent to Post&Parcel today (31 May), DPD said that the new ‘send parcel’ function within the app provides a simple, paperless process.

“There is no need to print a label,” said DPD, “the app’s shop finder function helps to locate the nearest DPD Pickup shops and the user then simply has to show the QR code generated within the app when they drop off the parcel at their chosen shop.”

The ‘sent parcels’ section in the app shows all the user’s shipped parcels in one place and tracks them at every stage, with push notifications when parcels are picked up from the shop and successfully delivered to the recipient.

The company also reported that the “Your DPD” app – which was launched in May 2016 – now has close to 3 million users in the UK.

DPD’s CEO Dwain McDonald commented: “The app has been hugely popular with consumers as it gives them a number of exclusive benefits. As a result, we get loads of feedback from app users and in-app shipping was something a lot of people have been asking for.

“Consumers told us that they don’t always find sending parcels that straightforward. So, we’ve created a really intuitive and streamlined process, that is ideal for the occasional sender. Plus, they get the peace of mind of knowing they can track their sent parcels and the recipient will get the full DPD Predict service, with all the usual in-flight options.”

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Ian Taylor is the Editor of Triangle’s Mail & Express Review Magazine and the www.postandparcel.info portal. Ian has been a business journalist for almost 30 years, editing and writing for a wide range of magazines and newspapers with a particular focus on the transport and logistics industries.

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