Courier and delivery firm DHL has completed the rebrand process of its UK parcels division and is fully integrating the Pass My Parcel network into its operations as per previous reports.
DHL Parcel UK has reached an agreement with Pass My Parcel to take over the 3,500 ServicePoints across the UK that they maintain to meet, as they say, increased consumer demand for convenient parcel delivery options.
The company will begin to utilise the existing Pass My Parcel network, which will be branded as DHL ServicePoints until it fully takes over the network in June 2019 as was announced in a previous agreement.
Rebranding to DHL Parcel UK is a significant milestone in our company’s history and the start of something new for all our people, customers and partners.
The move to take over Pass My Parcel’s network of parcel shops is all part of our growth plans and allows us to improve our delivery options even further, as we will now look to provide return and drop off solutions at the local DHL ServicePoints.
– Peter Fuller, CEO, DHL Parcels UK
As part of the rebrand they have also launched a new website and dedicated social channels have already also launched and the company’s network has now been integrated with the Deutsche Post Group, enabling DHL Parcel UK’s international products offerings to significantly improve and further support businesses looking to reach customers across Europe and Worldwide.
Formerly UK the transition and rebrand and name change to DHL Parcel UK, following its acquisition by Deutsche Post Group in December 2016 has happened.
We write a lot about couriers, carriers, postage and logistic companies here on Tamebay and it seems very much like DHL is very successfully innovating and developing its offering across Europe and extending its reach across the industry. We expect that we will increasingly see more from them, and write more, as they expand .