P2P Mailing agrees delivery deal with The Hut Group

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Mailing and distribution solutions provider P2P has announced a new two-year agreement to handle all tracked and untracked international deliveries for lifestyle retailer The Hut Group.

The multi-million dollar contract will see P2P deliver parcels to all of The Hut Group’s international markets including China, Australia, the USA, Russia and Europe. The new deal builds on the existing relationship between P2P and The Hut Group to widen the scope of the partnership and accommodate a dramatic rise in deliveries. Over the last two years The Hut Group’s parcel volumes have tripled and are set to continue growing.

Tracked deliveries will be processed through P2P’s TRAKPAK service, which provides a global tracked B2C delivery solution that focuses on enhancing the customer experience. 

Rob Millington, head of couriers, The Hut Group, said, “Our relationship with P2P is a hugely successful collaborative partnership. An extension of this association in terms of duration and scope is excellent news for our customers and us. 

“P2P Mailing continues to modernize and develop new solutions to keep us ahead of our competition. It’s all about personalizing the delivery experience which is exactly what they help us to do.” 

Beth Chapman, sales director, P2P Mailing, said, “More and more retailers are recognizing the power of a successful delivery process, proven to boost sales and dramatically improve customer loyalty. To truly achieve this, retailers need to embrace innovations and continually evaluate their current systems. TRAKPAK is a unique, global service and is revolutionizing how retailers view the delivery process and how they send products to their customers.”

September 8, 2015

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