We've teamed up with the best parcel delivery firms in the world to offer you the best choice of services.
At Interparcel, we offer discount parcel delivery services from the best courier companies in the world. You can see our current list of carriers below. We ship with UPS, FedEx Express, TNT, Parcelforce, DPD and many more.
By using our couriers, rather than the standard postal service, you can benefit from a better price and service, and you'll also be able to monitor the progress of your delivery.
Interparcel have negotiated large discounts based on huge shipping volumes. This allows us to pass on these savings meaning you get the most cost-effective options when sending parcels overseas or within the UK.
One of the benefits of choosing to use a courier from our trusted network is that you can take full advantage of their parcel tracking services, which allow you to see exactly where your parcel is at any given time, giving you a better idea of when your parcel is expected to arrive. This is particularly handy when sending packages overseas. All our international carriers have full tracking details available, and are updated in real time as your package moves around the world.
Asendia is a partnership between La Poste and Swiss Post; world leaders in international mail and parcel services.
Asendia have operations in 15 countries, and in addition to UK and international postal services have mailing houses and fulfilment centres worldwide, including UK.
CitySprint handles over 5 million Same Day deliveries per year, and operate the UK's largest Same Day courier fleet. With a presence in all major mainland UK conurbations, the wholly-owned national network consists of 37 service centres and over 2000 couriers. Over the past seven years, they have achieved double digit growth each year. Vehicles range from bicycles to large vans.
Collect+, or Collect Plus, offers a parcel drop in service to over 5000 convenience stores across the UK. A number of large retailers use Collect+ for their delivery or returns service, such as House Of Fraser, John Lewis and Littlewoods. Collect+ was formed by a partnership between Paypoint Ltd and Yodel, and the network delivers around 7m parcels a year.
Direct Entry was formed in 2003, with a head office in Uxbridge West London. Initially established as a company that could reduce costs and maximise efficiencies for international mailing campaigns, but have since grown and developed. In 2010, a strategic partnership with Swiss Post International was formed, giving Direct Entry access to better rates and enabling a much broader reach.
DPD is an international parcel delivery company owned by GeoPost. It has more than 830 depots in over 40 countries and is one of Europe's leading business-to-business carriers. The company was founded in 1977 in Aschaffenburg, Germany. In its first year of operation, over 1.4 million parcels were shipped. By 1980, this figure had risen to over 7 million per year.
DX is a leading independent mail, parcels and logistics end to end network operator in the UK and Ireland (Eire) established in 1975, delivering approximately 200 million items in 2014. DX provides proven next day delivery services for mail, parcels and 2-Man deliveries to business and residential addresses nationwide, for both public and private sector companies.
FedEx Express is a cargo airline based in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. It is the world's largest airline in terms of freight tons flown and the world's fourth largest in terms of it's fleet size. It is a subsidiary of FedEx corporation, delivering packages and freight to more than 375 destinations in nearly every country each day. FedEx Express is the world's largest express transportation company.
Hermes - or MyHermes - is a UK based parcel courier, owned by Hermes UK, and sends over 100 million parcels each year.
More than 7,500 staff are employed as lifestyle couriers, delivering packages in their local neighbourhood. Dealing with over 140 Million collections and deliveries each year Hermes is the UK's largest home delivery courier.
InPost operates the largest network of automated parcel lockers in the world, with 60 million parcels delivered in 2017. Whilst still in their relative infancy having first been launched in Poland in 2009, InPost lockers revolutionised the delivery landscape, and quickly became one of the most popular ways to send and receive parcels.
Landmark Global are the international division of bpost, Belgium’s national postal service. bpost has more than 20,000 employees, handling over 3.9 billion items per year and delivering to more than five million addresses every day. The business has grown from basic international mail and parcel delivery to providing full service end-to-end solutions.
Palletways was formed in 1994 and have over 30 years of experience delivering pallets domestically and internationally. They are Europe’s largest pallet delivery network with 400 depots strategically placed across 20 countries handling over 40,000 pallets each day. Sending over 8 million shipments each year they have franchises in all major cities, towns, villages and hamlets across Europe.
Parcelforce is a trading name of Royal Mail Group Ltd, set up over 25 years ago as the parcel division of Royal Mail. Parcelforce today has 54 depots in the UK ranging from the very North of Scotland in Inverness to Plymouth in the South West and delivers to every address in the UK and 99.6% of the world’s population utilising their International partners.
Post NL is the new name for what remains of TNT NV following the de merger, and acquisition by UPS, of TNT Express.
Post NL has retained a 29.9% stake in TNT Express. Now operating what was TNT Post, Post NL is a parcel, mail and e-commerce company offering courier services across Europe (though predominantly in Netherlands, UK, Belgium, Italy and Germany).
APC (Alternative Parcels Company) was founded in 1994 by 47 of the UK's leading same day courier companies.
The aim was to provide a next day delivery solution that still had the same service levels as a Same Day service, delivering 'secure & on time'.
Today they are the UK's largest independent delivery network, delivering more than 1 million packages a month.
TNT Express celebrates its 70th Anniversary in 2016 having been founded as TNT (Thomas Nationwide Transport) by Ken Thomas in Australia in 1946. Ken originally started his road and rail freight services with just one truck and within 12 years was listed in the Sydney Stock exchange. TNT Express today delivers 1,000,000 parcels around the world each day, providing a door to door service to over 200 countries worldwide.
UPS (United Parcel Service) has over 100 year’s history having been originally formed back in 1907 as American Messenger Company. Two teenagers, Ryan & Casey, borrowed $100 from a friend to start trading in a Seattle basement. Initially a messenger service operating on foot and bicycle they have grown today to be the world’s largest parcel delivery service delivering 18 million packages per day to more than 7.9 million customers.
WN Direct offer a tracked parcel delivery service, that is faster than postal but cheaper than an express courier, utilising the best international delivery providers.
They have sent over 45 million parcels to destinations across the world.