Shipping Integration for E-Commerce Websites

Shipping Integration for E-Commerce Websites

As a company which sells products online in the e-commerce arena, it's absolutely essential that your customers receive their purchased goods quickly and securely. If this doesn't happen the first time and every time thereafter, it is pretty much certain that the customer will choose to make future purchases from your competitors. In addition, they are likely to leave a negative public review, which can have serious consequences for the acquisition of potential new customers. 

As a leading web development company with global reach, Brickweb design, build and maintain world-class e-commerce websites that are seamlessly integrated with major shipping providers including DPD and Royal Mail. 

DPD, which stands for 'Dynamic Parcel Distribution', is a France-based parcel delivery service operating in the international market. The origins of the brand date back to 1985 with the founding of Chronopost by the Le Groupe La Poste company. In the early 2000s, Le Groupe La Poste began a broad series of acquisitions, including Interlink in Ireland and Parceline in the UK along with many other delivery companies within Europe. Today DPD's services are provided across Europe as well as many countries in Asia, Africa and the Americas. The company successfully delivers over two billion parcels every year. 

DPD maintains a strong focus on sustainability through its 'People, Planet and Communities' approach. Since 2013, the company has reduced per-parcel C02 emissions by 18.8%; this figure is projected to reach 30% in 2025. By this time, DPD's delivery vehicles in 225 of Europe's biggest cities will be 100% low emission. 

Royal Mail
The history of the Royal Mail is centuries old, dating back to 1516. It was in this year that a position entitled 'Master of the Posts' (known as 'Postmaster General' since 1710) was established by Henry VIII. Originally only intended for government usage, the Royal Mail service was rolled out to the public in 1635 by Charles I.

The Royal Mail Group Ltd is responsible for the delivery of letters; it is the subsidiary group Parcelforce Worldwide who carries out courier services when it comes to delivering parcels. Parcels are delivered internationally by the most suitable method, whether that is by road, rail, air or sea. 

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