The Direct Mail Company Launches UK Postage to Collect Business Post

UK Postage aims to be the second largest post provider in the UK and is already expanding its services to include business post by launching the newly created brand, UK Postage.

United Kingdom - May 23, 2019 / / —

The Direct Mail Company is a fast growing post provider in the UK with big ambitions. The company already offers high quality control and assurance that 98% of mailings leave them on time. Now, The Direct Mail Company is launching UK Postage, a brand dedicated to bringing businesses the best mailing solutions in the UK.

The benefits for businesses switching to UK Postage are made immediately clear. UK Postage offers lower rates than Royal Mail, no collection charges, no franking machine required and fixed pricing per mail item. Altogether, businesses could save £900 per year by not franking their mail and over £750 in collection charges. And, the more mail a business needs to post, the more it is likely to save.

UK Postage understands that keeping track of costs is another issue for businesses. This is why UK Postage offers clear and accurate invoicing systems as well as a dedicated account manager to help businesses stay on top of their mail requirements. The main savings come from the pre-sorting services UK Postage offer. Instead of going directly to Royal Mail, UK Postage will sort and frank mail for you at their own dedicated sorting office. This means that UK Postage gets a substantial discount from the Royal Mail that they can pass onto their customers. The mail still goes through the Royal Mail to complete the final mile delivery. UK Postage also offers international delivery services.

The system for UK Postage is not unlike other providers. UK postage will collect mail from businesses on a daily, weekly or one-off basis according to their needs. The company will accept letters, packets and parcels within the fixed cost framework. All a business manager has to do at this point is fill in a short tray card to get onboard. Once the mail has been collected, UK Postage will sort it, frank it and send it. It’s as simple as that.

For more information about The Direct Mail Company and UK Postage, please contact Mary Tynan on 0808 3019 726, or email sales@ukpostage.co.uk. Please address any postal queries to Unit 8, Bizspace (Headway) Business Park, Denby Dale Rd, Wakefield, WF2 7AZ and check out their website www.ukpostage.co.uk for all the information you need.

Contact Info:
Name: Mary Tynan
Organization: The Direct Mail Company
Address: Unit 8, Bizspace (Headway) Business Park, Denby Dale Rd, Wakefield, WF2 7AZ
Phone: 0808 3019 726
Website: http://www.ukpostage.co.uk

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Release ID: 516425

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