Nparcel Services Chart
Nparcel works with courier transport companies and appoints Newsagents across Australia as parcel pick up and drop off points. It also offers a suite of e-leisure services that have seen significant growth within the retail landscape.
Fastway is a dynamic third party logistic partner that offers competitive prices among the others. More importantly, they allow newsagents benefited from their outbound parcel services. They are still fairly new within the market, but their coverage is growing significantly. To check the availability of Fastway in your area please follow this link.
TNT is a global third party logistic company (3PL) headquartered in Amsterdam. Their presence in Nparcel platform gives additional parcels flow inwards Newsagency. Moreover, TNT services operated under Blueshyft platform which offers a variety of other beneficial products. To find out more about other Blueshyft’s products.
Ladbrokes is the first e-Leisure services offered by Nparcel, their occurrence positively impacts cash flow of Nparcel agents. Within just a few months after their launching, Ladbrokes has been significantly benefiting newsagents. Here are some good stories of Ladbrokes; February story, March story, April story.
All five digital currency partners currently on the blueshyft platform (bitcoin.com.au, CoinSpot, CoinJar, CoinLoft and LibertyX) aim to help everyday Australians access bitcoin as safely and easily as they can access traditional currency. This service gives customers the ability to purchase digital currency securely using cash over the counter at their local newsagency.
Soda King is a soda canister replenishment service, which targets a young and hip market shares. This service comes under Blueshyft and adds a variety of what Nparcel can offer to newsagents. With an irresistible deal given to newsagents, this lifestyle services certainly can increase foot traffic into newsagents.
Over-the-counter BPAY bill payments increase newsagent foot traffic, allowing merchants to compete with the post office. Over 26,000 billers across Australia are using BPAY for payments, making an easy source of additional revenue!
For customer convenience, GoGet now offers new customers the ability to pick up their driver packs through the blueshyft network. GoGet has over 90,000 members and 2,500 cars across Australia, with these numbers growing every day due to the convenience of newsagent pick-ups.
As an alternative payment method for in-store goods and services, blueshyft agents can accept payments via Alipay – a world leader in mobile payments with 520,000,000 users globally.
The McPherson Media Group (MMG) is one of the largest independent family-owned media groups in Australia, encompassing a number of regional and national publications. In partnership with blueshyft they are offering prepaid newspaper subscription cards.
Blueshyft also has a partnership with News Corp – Australia’s No.1 media company. News Corp regularly offers promotions and paper bundle offers at no cost to the newsagent to increase sales.