Direct mail fulfilment and print management services provider, bakergoodchild, has announced that it is targeting the International Mail high volume packages and parcels sector, to provide its clients with a more cost-effective option when sending large quantities to specific countries.
To highlight this target market, bakergoodchild has added a new landing page to its website services area, headlined International Services, with information provided on the delivery options that are available for packages and parcels.
Although International Mail is not a new area to the company, it is seeking to diversify its services offering when it comes to providing International Mail deliveries for parcel and packages.
Adam Stafford, bakergoodchild Sales Director said, “what we (bakergoodchild) are trying to offer our clients is more of a ‘direct injection’ service. If there is enough volume in terms of parcels and packages going to one specific country, we can offer a more cost effective and straightforward alternative by flying the goods in bulk, directly to that country, then pass them on the ground to companies such as Deutsche Post etc. to deliver locally.
“By offering this option, where there is enough volume to do so, it means that the client will only be charged a local rate delivery cost, making it a far more reasonable alternative.”
The company’s move to new premises and continued expansion has offered the ability to diversify and handle a much larger volume and capacity of direct, transaction and parcel mail. Therefore, high volume numbers of parcels and packages of all shapes and sizes is one area that it can now quite easily accommodate and handle securely at its premises.
For more advice on this subject visit bakergoodchild’s website at; https://www.bakergoodchild.co.uk/international-services/