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ByBox distribution network transforms the next day parts delivery market

ByBox has launched its Pre-10am-to-site service which provides a more reliable delivery service to companies nationwide further enhancing its existing unique offering.

After replacement parts are ordered, parcels travel through ByBox’s distribution network to the nearest secure dropbox within two miles of the designated business destination by 7am the next day. From the dropbox they are delivered to the agreed site pre-10 a.m.

Customers are also able to check the status of their deliveries through the ByBox web tracking platform, and receive text alerts to notify engineers when parts have arrived at a specific site.

The service is also much more carbon efficient, compared to traditional courier-to-site delivery services.

Pre-10am-to-site is the latest in a line of innovative logistics solutions developed by ByBox. The company currently holds 70 per cent of the field service market which it services through its national network of 18,000 drop boxes at 1,200 locations. It has more than 90 customers including Coca Cola Enterprises, Fujitsu, KonicaMinolta, Computacenter, GlaxoSmithkline and Thales.

Stuart Miller, Chief Executive of ByBox, said: "Our Pre-10am-to-site service is reliable and has a number of benefits that set it apart from the competition. Not only are customers given the peace of mind that their goods will arrive on time, but it eliminates the need for them to chase delivery status updates as they can track it themselves.

"Our Pre-10am-to-site service is the ideal solution for companies to guarantee delivery of often vital parts and pieces of equipment on time and in a secure manner.

"Also, as ‘green credentials’ are playing an increasingly important role in the modern business environment, the service offers customer the complete eco-friendly solution to parts delivery. It’s a win, win situation for everyone involved in the process."

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