DPD: helping people who need an in-person delivery

DPD: helping people who need an in-person delivery

Delivery firm DPD has launched  a The More Time Needed option on the DPD app  which will enable customers to specifically flag to their DPD driver that they need more time to get to the door. 

The DPD app, which is used by over 10 million households in the UK, already enables recipients to tailor their delivery preferences so that drivers are fully briefed before every delivery on details of their ‘leave safe’ place, or preferred neighbour, plus a number of other benefits including a handy ‘You’re next’ notification.

For non-app users, DPD delivery notifications include similar options.

More Time Needed will give recipients with accessibility issues another option.  Drivers will receive a specific instruction to make more time and wait for the recipient to come to the door, overriding other delivery instructions and procedures.

Elaine Kerr, CEO of DPD UK, commented, “We know some people take a little longer than others at getting to the door, so we’ve now added a specific option to the DPD app, to make it easier for recipients to make the request and make it clearer to our drivers when it is required.  Our drivers always get a full breakdown of a customer’s preference before each delivery, but this will help many people, especially those that want or need an in-person delivery.

“This is just the latest addition to the DPD app, which also now enables customers to pinpoint their exact location on a map using what3words.  We are always listening to customer feedback and looking for the little things that make a big difference.  We want the DPD delivery experience to be great for everyone, regardless of where they live or their personal circumstances, and the DPD app is the best way to help customers personalise their delivery preferences and give their driver the most specific instructions.”

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