Spring UK, which is wholly owned by PostNL, has announced their suite of services has now been integrated with three of the most influential order management systems and four of the ecommerce platforms used by tens of thousands of British-based online retailers – order and shipping specialists Linnworks, Mintsoft and Scurri as well as webstore providers Magento, WooCommerce, PrestaShop and OpenCart.
The order and inventory management systems devised by Linnworks, Mintsoft and Scurri are relied upon by thousands of the UK’s online retailers. WooCommerce, PrestaShop, Opencart and Magento 2 enable more than one million retailers worldwide to determine how their online stores look and function.
Spring UK are a sponsor at Linn Academy taking place Tuesday this week, so if you’re attending make sure you visit their stand to find out more about their services and how they work with Linnworks.
Craig Lee, Spring UK’s Head of Sales, Marketing and Channel, described the development as a “major step forward” which would enable ecommerce firms large and small to capitalise on Spring’s unique role as a broker of ‘best-fit’ delivery options.
Spring offer a broad range of delivery solutions including everything from traditional Mail to Packets & Parcels, Tracked and Untracked solutions to Express Domestic & International services. Through the Post NL license, they have access to the UPU, EMS and EPG postal networks as well as bespoke bilateral agreements with international postal companies for added value services.
Spring UK also cater for start-ups and micro SME’s via a partnership withsendmyparcel.com, which utilises cutting edge technology and Spring’s broad portfolio of Tracked and Untracked products.
The new retail technology partnerships are the latest phase of implementation of a commercial policy introduced by Spring UK’s Managing Director, Steve Ferguson, on his appointment three years ago to revitalise the company.