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[英伦广角] 2014-07-05 英国皇家邮政推出周日投递服务

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Parcelforce Starts Seven-Day Delivery Service


Royal Mail's parcel business says it hopes its new service, which begins today, will be of particular benefit to online shoppers.

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[Homework]2014-07-05 英国皇家邮政推出周日投递服务

本帖最后由 DZR2009 于 2014-7-5 17:14 编辑

whit is proofed we love our own online shopping, here they deal with eight thousand parcels on the average evening, but demand to get those delivery out at the time suit us has not always kept up, what is when you sunday delivery coming.
people want more choice, more convinience, they want to control and they want to their parcel, offering another day when most people aren't working is also a good way for achieving that.
the retailer already use to serving customers right through the weekend, but believe the shopper would like the nobelty buying in the weekend treat receiving them on sunday without leaving home.
we opted the service on our website from thurdays but it has been aptheling selling product in the hamper tea,but also some items that properly are used for acoxxx accessory to go picnics and sunday lunch.
it was not just be luxury product covering extra charges, maxi spent 12 pounds just want to deliver the charges, he notes not every will be prepared to pay. Usually work in london per you like are tend to go delivering some parsel,sunday delivery is pretty helpful.
what were you ordering this time?
my sister's birthday present, i were not off, so making surprise.
parcelforce is not the only one that what to keep up with our shopping habbits, seme companys are trying to arial drones to make delivers while others are putting drone boxs, train station for commuters to collect their parcels. with 51% royal mail business being in parckage, they can't be leaving behind.
perhaps it is being perceiving the parcels being a bit slippy, not as the one comes and forth to coming to the parcels market peticular,the private besiness they are seriouly off the growth market share.

with sunday delivery is still the premier service, success surely depent on how desperate the consumers are to their lasted purchase.

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[Homework]2014-07-05 英国皇家邮政推出周日投递服务

It's proved that we love all online shopping. Here they deal 8000 parcels on an average evening. But demand to get those deliveries out as a time that suits us hasn't always kept up. And that's why new Sunday delivery's coming.

People want more choice, they want more convenience, and they want better control as to when they want to receive their parcel. Offering on other day when most people aren't working is obviously a good way of achieving that.


The retailers are already used to serving customers right throughout the weekend but believed shoppers will like the novelty of buying those weekend treats receiving them on Sunday without even leaving home.


We offer the service on our website from Thursday. It's been apathetic products: the hampers, tea, but also some items that probably are used on Sunday: the condiments to go with picnics and Sunday lunch.


It won't be just luxury products that will come in extra cost. Morg Stedmans spent 12 pounds just on delivery charges. He knows not every will be prepared to pay.


Usually, work in London pretty late. But tend to get delivery somewhere else and pick up when I can, so Sunday delivery is pretty helpful.


And what were you ordering this time?


My sister's birthday present, all worn off, living, so, they were surprise.


Parcelforce is not the only one trying to keep up with our shopping habits. Some companies have trailed aerial drones to make deliveries while others are putting drop boxes at train stations for commuters to collect their parcels. With 51% of Royal Mails business now in packages, they can't be left behind.


Perhaps it's being perceived and the parcels have been a bit slippy not as one of that can come forth and can confirms with it's coming to the parcels market in particular. Then this is about ....


But with Sunday deliveries still a premium service. Success surely depends on how desperate people are to receive that latest purchase.


Rihana Mills, Sky News, in Basing Stock.

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[Homework]2014-07-05 英国皇家邮政推出周日投递服务

It's proved that we love all online shopping, here they deal with 8,000 parcels on an average evening, the demand to get those deliveries out at a time that suits us hasn't always kept up, and that's why new Sunday deliveries are coming.People want more choice, they want more convenience, they want bit of control as to when they want to receive their parcel, offering another day when most people aren't working is obviously a good way of achieving that.
The retailers are already used to serving customers right throughout the weekend, but believe that shoppers will like the novelty of buying those weekend treats, receiving them on Sunday without even leaving home.
We only put this service on our website from Thursday, but it's been a best selling product, the hampers, tea, but also some items that are probably useful on Sunday, the condiments etc to go with picnics and Sunday lunch.
It won't just be luxury products that will come at an extra cost, Mark S spent 12 pounds just on delivery charges, he knows not everyone will be prepared to pay.
Usually working in London pretty late, but tend to get delivered to somewhere else and pick them up when i can, so Sunday delivery is pretty helpful.
And what are you ordering this time?
My sister's birthday present, a one off , so it's a surprise.
Parcelforce is not the only one trying to keep up with our shopping habits, some companies have tried aerial drones to make deliveries, while others are putting drop boxes at train stations for commuters to collect their parcels. With 51% of Royal mail business now in packages, they can't be left behind.
Perhaps it's being perceived in the past of being a bit slippy, not as one of the kind of * firms that we see coming to the parcels marketing in particular, this is about shopping, their acting demonstrating that now it's a private business, they are seriously after growth in market share.
But with Sunday deliveries still a premium service, success surely depends on how desperate people are to receive that latest purchase.

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   It's proof that we love our online shopping. Here they deal with eight thousand parcels on an average evening, but the demand to get that delivery out at the time to suit us hasn't always kept up, and that's when new Sunday delivery comes in.
" People want more choice. They want more convenience. They want bigger control, that's when they want to receive their parcels. Offering another day when most people aren't working is a good way of achieving that."
  The retailers were already used to serving the customers right throughout the weekends. But believe that shoppers will like the novelty  of buying those weekend treats, receiving them on Sunday without even leaving home.
  " We only put our service online for Thursday, but it's been our best selling products, the hampers, tea but also some items that are probably used on Sunday, the condiments, etc, to go with picnics and Sunday lunches.
  It won't just be luxury products that will  come an extra cost. Marks spent 12 pounds on delivery charges. He knows no every one would be prepared to pay.
  Usually work in London pretty late, tend to get them delivered to somewhere else and pick them when I can. So Sunday delivery is pretty helpful.
  And what were you ordering this time?
  My sister's birthday presents. it was a surprise
  Parcel force is not the only ones trying to keep up with our shopping habits. Some companies have tried aerial drones to make deliveries, while others are putting drop boxes at train stations for commuters to collect their parcels. With fifty percent of royal services now in packages, it can't be left behind.
Perhaps it's being perceived in the past of being a bit sleepy, not as one of the kind of cut-the -frost firms that we have seen come into the parcel market in particular, I think this is about shopping, their acting demonstrated that now it's a private business, they are seriously after growth in market share.
But with Sunday deliveries still a premium service, success surely depends on how desperate people are to receive that latest purchase.

[Homework]2014-07-05 英国皇家邮政推出周日投递服务

It's proved that we love all online shopping. Here they deal with 8,000 parcels on an average evening. But demand to get those deliveries out as a time that suits us hasn't always kept up. And what's why new Sunday deliveries come in.-People want more choice. They want more convenience, and they want better control as to when they want to receive their parcel. Offering another day when most people aren't working is obviously a good way of achieving that.
The retailers are already used to serving customers right throughout the weekend, but believed that shoppers will like the novelty of buying those weekend treats receiving them on Sunday without even leaving home.
-We only put this service on our website from Thursday, but it's been our best-selling product, the hampers, tea, but also some items that probably are useful to on a Sunday, the condiments, etc. to go with picnics and Sunday lunch.
It won't just be luxury products that would come at an extra cost. Mark Steadman spent 12 pounds just on deliver charges. He knows not everyone will be prepared to pay.
-Usually, working in London pretty late, I tend to get deliveries somewhere else and pick them up when I can. So Sunday delivery is pretty helpful.
-What were you ordering this time?
-Erh, my sister's birthday present for one-off delivery, so it is a surprise.
Parcel Force is not the only one trying to keep up without shopping habits. Some companies have tried aerial drones to make deliveries, while others are putting drop boxes at train stations for communters to collect their parcels. With 51 percent of Royal Mail's business now in packages, they can't be left behind.
-Perhaps, it's been perceived in the past as being a bit sippy, not as one of the common ** firms we've see coming to the parcel's marketing particular. I think this is about shopping after their acting of demonstrating that now it's a private business. They are seriously after growth in market share.
But with Sunday deliveries still a premium service, success surely depends on how desperate people are to receive that latest purchase.
Sky News, in B*.

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It is proof that we love our online shopping, here they deal with 8,000 parcels on an average evening.But demand to get those delivery out at the time that suits us hasn't always kept up,and that is when new Sunday deliveries come in.

People want more choice, they want more convenience,they want a bit of control as to when they receive their parcel, um, offering another day when most people aren't working is obviously a good way of achieving that.

The retailers are already used to serving customers right throughout the weekend, but believe the shoppers will like the novelty of buying those weekend treats receiving them on Sunday without even leaving home.

We opened the service on our website from Thursday but it has been our best selling products the hand purse, tea, but also some items that probably are useful on a Sunday, the condiments etc. to go with picnics and Sunday lunch.

It won't just be luxury products that will come at an extra cost, Mark Steadman spent 12 pounds just on one delivery charges, he knows not everyone will be prepared to pay.

Usually working in London pretty late, but tend to get delivery somewhere else and pick them up when I can, so Sunday delivery is pretty helpful.

And what were you ordering this time?

Um, my sister's birthday present,a one off even, so they were surprised.

Parcel force is not the only one trying to keep up with our shopping habits, some companies have trialed aerial drones to make deliveries, while others are putting drop-boxes at train stations for commuters to collect their parcels. With 51 percent of Royal Mail business now in packages, they can't be left behind.

Perhaps it has been perceived in the past has being a bit sleepy, not as one of cut and thrust kinda of firms that we see coming into the parcels market in particular.I think this about shoring up their act and demonstrating now as a private business, they are seriously after growth and market share.

But, with Sunday deliveries still a premium service, success surely depends on how desperate people are to receive that latest purchase.

Reanold Mails. Sky News in Biz Stoke
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It’s proved that we love all online shopping. Here they deal with 8,000 parcels on an average evening. But demand to get those deliveries out at a time that suits us hasn’t always kept up, and that’s why new Sunday delivery is coming.

“People want more choice, they want more convenience. They want a big control as to when they want to receive their parcel. Offering another day when most people aren’t working is obviously a good way of achieving that.”

The retailers are already used to serving customers right throughout the weekend, but believe the shoppers will like the novelty of buying those weekend treats, receiving them on Sunday without even leaving home.

“We open the service on our website from Thursday, but it’s been apathetic products: the hampers, tea, but also some items that are probably are used on Sunday, the condiments etc. to go with picnics and Sunday lunch.”

It won’t just be luxury products that will come to an extra cost. Mark Steadman spent 12 pounds just on delivery charges. He knows not everyone will be prepared to pay.

“Usually working in London pretty late, I tend to get deliveries somewhere else and pick them up when I can. So Sunday delivery is pretty helpful.”

“And what were you ordering this time?”

“My sister’s birthday present, a one-off leaving, so it was a surprise.”

Parcel Force is not the only one trying to keep up with our shopping habits. Some companies have tried aerial drones to make deliveries while others are putting drop boxes at train stations for commuters to collect their parcels. With 51% of Royal Mails’ business now in packages, they can’t be left behind.

“Perhaps it’s been perceived in the past as being a bit sleepy, not as one of the kind of cut and thrust firms that we have seen come into the parcels market in particular. I think this is about sharpening up their act and demonstrating that now it's a private business. They are seriously after growth in market share.”

But with Sunday delivers still a premium service, success surly depends on how desperate people are to receive that latest purchase.

Rhiannon Mills, Sky News, in Basing Stock.
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