Parcelforce Worldwide reveals last posting dates Christmas ad

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Parcelforce Worldwide have launched a new Christmas ad that highlights their role in delivering packages from businesses of all sizes to consumers across the UK and beyond along with the importance of getting parcels posted before the last posting dates to avoid disappointment this Christmas. Parcelforce announced their last posting dates in October, but the Ad provides a little reminder of the dates to ensure nobody misses out.

The ‘Delivering with Care’ advert shows the nation how the hardworking colleagues throughout Parcelforce are ensuring parcels are delivered with care despite the challenges being faced.

UK Parcels

Parcelforce Worldwide’s Next Day UK
The last posting date for Parcelforce Worldwide’s Next Day UK services express10, expressAM and express24 is Wednesday 23rd December.

Parcelforce express48 and express48large:
For these two-day UK services, the latest posting date is Tuesday 22nd December.

Parcels abroad

Parcelforce globalexpress service:
Customers sending parcels abroad to Western Europe, the USA & Canada using its globalexpress service should ensure their parcels are sent by Friday 18th December.

Parcelforce irelandexpress:
Parcels going to the Republic of Ireland on its irelandexpress service should be sent by Thursday 17th December if they are to arrive in time for Christmas.

“Christmas Eve falls on a Thursday this year and our drivers will be working hard to deliver every parcel in time for Christmas. We encourage customers to send early ahead of our busiest time of year, but we’ve announced our last posting dates to help our customers plan ahead for Christmas.”
– Karen Whittingham, Business Strategy & Commercial Director, Parcelforce Worldwide

One Response

  1. Parcelforce change the goalposts when it suits them whilst DPD step up and invest in their business. We changed to Parcelforce last Christmas and as soon as the 1st lockdown started they changed things every week – random collection times, slower delivery and a collection driver who knew it all. In 21 years I have never experienced anything like it. They removed certain services and added surcharges.

    Lucily we managed to jump back with DPD before they had to sespend opening accounts again for a few weeks and we have never looked back. I just cannot understand in such a competitive world how this company get away with such awful service.

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