P2P Mailing launches new delivery solution for Norway

By Nye Longman
P2P Group, a mailing and distribution solutions provider, has announced that it is launching a direct entry solution for Norway which will come with a t...

P2P Group, a mailing and distribution solutions provider, has announced that it is launching a direct entry solution for Norway which will come with a three to five day delivery commitment.

Partnering with Bring, a part of one of the region’s largest logistics and postal companies, P2P is able to offer retailers extensive coverage of the area. This partnership is based on import arrangements between P2P, Posten Norge and Norwegian Customs, that negates the requirement for retailers to establish fiscal representation within Norway, a requirement that has previously been a barrier to accessing this market directly for many retailers.

P2P is the only service provider that is able to access the extensive Norwegian network in this way, which numbers over 1,450 collection points and exceeds 1,500 routes into remoter areas of the country. 

Paul Galpin, Managing Director at P2P Mailing, said: “We are delighted to offer retailers unprecedented access to this lucrative market via our TRAK PAK service. Traditionally, retailers have only been able to access Norway by either sending items using untracked mail, with the obvious disadvantages to track and trace visibility, via EPG/UPU Parcel style services where service quality can be variable or via Express Services which are costly.

“In contrast, TRAK PAK offers consumers a choice of delivery options, either to home or a designated collection point, as well as complete end-to end visibility with key tracking events, including the date and time of delivery, captured online. 

“With the introduction of innovative and cost effective delivery solutions and strong partnerships with our local delivery partners, we are helping to dispel notions that Norway is a restrictive market for overseas retailers.”   

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