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My Parcel Delivery urges online shoppers to avoid the cat and mouse game with home deliveries

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A study by My Parcel Delivery asked 1000 people where they get their online shopping parcels delivered, as part of its mission to create easier delivery options for consumers. An overwhelming 76% of respondents said they get them delivered to home, which inevitably leads to potential games of cat and mouse with the courier. Read more...

UPS next day drop-off from only £6.49+VAT

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Sometimes life is simply too busy to wait in all day for a courier to arrive to collect your parcel. Did you know that we have drop-off services available to help you with just that? You can take your parcel to a local drop off point and the courier will pick it up from there. Read more...

Top tips for cheaper parcel delivery

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Are you looking for the cheapest way to send your parcels, without compromising on good service? In addition to a range of delivery couriers, such as Hermes and Collect+ who offer economy services, there are a few other things you can do to cut your parcel sending costs. Read more...

PRICE DROP! ENJOY OUR CHEAPEST 1-2 DAY SERVICE

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Until the end of August, DX have dropped their prices to become an even better value 1-2 day delivery service. Now you can have your parcel delivered by one of our most secure services for less than £10 including VAT. They are so secure in fact that they're the preferred courier for some of the main UK agencies who send your most important identity documents out. Read more...

Expanding your business overseas

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There are few things more important to running a successful business than growth. Whether you achieve growth by maximising revenue from your current customers, ensuring you’ve covered all areas of your existing market, or branching out into new markets entirely, your businesses growth will always be top of the agenda. Read more...

Delivery delays in France and Kent

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We’ve all seen the long lines of Lorries stuck in Kent due to the industrial action which is still going strong in the port of Calais. It has turned the M20 into a virtual car park and this is causing a few issues so we want to keep you in the loop Read more...

We're in the news

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You may have read this week about a few changes going on here at My Parcel Delivery. I want to take a moment to give you the inside scoop, explaining what we’ve done and why! Read more...

CEO Summit 2015

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Depending where you’re coming from, being disruptive can be a good or bad thing. As a child sits in class, playing the clown and stopping those around him/her from learning, being disruptive is seen as bad. But in the competitive world of business, when ‘business as usual’ is no longer enough, being disruptive is an extremely good thing. Read more...

International Price Drop

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The world is getting smaller, with friends, families and customers spread across every continent. We know how important it is to keep in touch so rest assured, we're offering you the very best deal we can. Read more...

The importance of authenticity in business

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Authenticity in business is a fairly new consideration but it could help you raise your business head and shoulders above the competition. Trust in businesses has been in decline over the past few decades partly due to media savvy surfers being quick to write-off product features as marketing ploys designed to separate them with their hard earned money. Read more...

Update: DX delivery service

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We're constantly looking for ways to make parcel delivery easier for you. We want to let you know about some change we've made to the DX courier service. Let us take this chance to fill you in on the improvements. Read more...

eBay UK delivery dates

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Late last week eBay announced some changes to their estimated delivery dates in the UK. It’s clear that the exact location of the buyer and seller will have an impact on the time something takes to be delivered. Imagine you’re sending to a customer in Inverness (the Scottish Highlands), it’s totally understandable that delivering to them will take longer than to a customer the next town over Read more...

St George Around The World

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The Irish have St. Patrick, the Welsh have St David, and the Scottish have St Andrew. And while the English don’t celebrate their patron saint’s day with a bank holiday, they have St George when houses around the country fly their red and white flags proudly.​ Read more...