CollectPlus hits 100 millionth parcel milestone

CollectPlus, the UK-based delivery and returns service, has announced that it has reached its 100 millionth parcel milestone.

The parcel, from retailer Very, was handed in to Simply Food and Drinks in Widnes at 5.28pm on 13 September.

Alongside the 100 millionth parcel milestone, CollectPlus has also announced that it has refreshed its website, focusing on improving the overall user experience with an enhanced design, and new features and functionality.

In addition to the new look and feel, the overhaul has made it easier for customers to navigate around the site and access CollectPlus’ various products and services, as well as providing a tailored and personalised experience for registered users.

The parcel tracking page on the CollectPlus website has also received a refresh, making it simpler and faster for users to check on the current status of their parcel, including its estimated delivery date.

Neil Ashworth, CEO of CollectPlus, said: “Reaching the 100 millionth parcel is a landmark moment in CollectPlus’ history and we’d like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all of the 6,500 stores in our network, our loyal and supportive customers and everyone at CollectPlus for their continued dedication and hard work in helping us reach this significant milestone.

“This, coupled with our website refresh, is testament to our leadership in the fulfilment industry as we continue to find new ways to make parcel collecting, returning and tracking easier for consumers.”

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