IMEX Reports Strong Transit Test Results on UK-Destined Parcels
Posted on September 3rd, 2015

​ Carlstadt, NJ, September 3, 2015 – For Immediate Release
IMEX Global Solutions ( announced today the results of their most recent transit test study for traceable parcels exiting the United States and destined to the United Kingdom. “The results will not only please our customers but will also provide a sense of optimism for the busy upcoming holiday season,” said Robert Puppa, Executive Vice President of IMEX. 

IMEX tests their Global Parcel Solution (GPS) offerings via the Royal Mail Tracked 48 product throughout the UK on an ongoing basis and has found the service to be ideal for the E-Commerce community as a whole. IMEX has worked diligently to build and support vendor relationships that integrate traditional mail products with best of breed solutions for parcel delivery for over 25 years. 

In recent months the test results have shown that 98.6% of parcels are being delivered in less than 5 business days from the time of pick up at client locations. Results also show that deliveries for parcels picked up on Mondays are taking the longest to deliver, with transits ranging between 4 and 5 days, while delivery time for Friday pick-ups have been averaging less than 4 business days, including one standout Friday boasting a 3.06 day average transit. In the world of tracked delivery products via a postal administration, the consumer is now able to enjoy a courier level of service at a considerably lower cost.

 “The ongoing performance testing is critical to holding our providers accountable but more importantly to ensure the services we provide are consistently delivering on commitments made to end recipients by retailers,” said Puppa.  

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