HUBBED CEO: The Parcelpoint acquisition is a part of our expansion efforts

HUBBED CEO: The Parcelpoint acquisition is a part of our expansion efforts

Australian parcel collection network HUBBED, has acquired Parcelpoint.

The acquisition will enable HUBBED to expand its national footprint of local delivery, pickup drop off, and returns locations to more than 3,000 points across Australia. This further broadens
HUBBED’s innovative Pick-Up-Drop-Off (PUDO) network locations making it the country’s largest alternative delivery option.

David McLean, founder and CEO of HUBBED said: “We are delighted to welcome Parcelpoint’s customers and partners into HUBBED’s eco-system. This strategic acquisition enables HUBBED to
continue to deliver on its promise of a true national alternative network for customers, retailers and logistics. We want to be able to offer customers the convenience, choice and control they are looking for around online shopping and parcel shipping.

“Carriers and retailers will be able to benefit from the acquisition by increased efficiencies with a new extended coverage. The Parcelpoint acquisition is a part of our expansion efforts which now include Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Taiwan and a further four markets before Q2 next year.”

“Our purpose is to transform the sustainability of last-mile delivery and reduce the world’s congestion and emissions by moving parcels through our networks. Collection points are a more environmentally friendly delivery option and creating an expanded network with Parcelpoint will allow customers to make ‘greener’ choices in delivery”.

The combined network includes independent retail locations and partnerships with Pack and Send, BP, WOTSO and National Storage. Supports retailers such as eBay, The Iconic, Foxtel, Mosaic Brands, Myer, SHEIN, Wish and ZARA. HUBBED services carriers include DHL,TEAM GLOBAL EXPRESS, Couriers Please, SEKO, Sendle, Fedex and UPS.

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