8 Reasons To Choose Irish Parcels

8 reasons to choose Irish Parcels

At Irish Parcels, we provide a fast, reliable and affordable parcel delivery service.

We strive to simplify the shipping process, resulting in both businesses & individuals saving valuable time and money. Whether you’re sending a gift to loved ones or a package to a customer, our service is perfect.

Listed below are the 8 reasons why you should choose Irish Parcels:

1 – Competitive Prices

Offering you competitive prices by comparing multiple couriers. 

Competitive Prices | Irish Parcels

2 – Local & Worldwide Shipping

Whether you’re shipping from Sligo to Sydney, or somewhere in between, we ship to over 200 countries worldwide.

Local & Worldwide Shipping | Irish Parcels

3 – Quote & Book Online

Our website allows you to Quote & Book instantly 24 hours a day,  7 days a week.

Quote & Book Online | Irish Parcels

4 – Pay-as-you-go service

For your convenience, we’re a pay-as-you-go service. Our secure online payment system allows you to pay by credit/debit card with no additional billing or invoicing required.

Pay-as-you-go | NI Parcels

5 – Door to Door Service

Once you book, we’ll collect your parcel and deliver it. Providing an estimated delivery time frame.

Door to Door Delivery Service | NI Parcels

6 – Full Online Tracking

You can monitor the progress of your parcel with our full online tracking.

Full Online Tracking | NI Parcels

7 – Irish Customer Support

As well as our extensive support section online, our Irish customer support team is available should you require assistance. You can contact us via phone, email or online chat.

Irish Customer Support | Irish Parcels

8 – A brand you can trust

At Irish Parcels, we’ve been trusted by thousands of businesses and individuals across Ireland, and currently, we are rated EXCELLENT 4.8 out of 5 with Reviews.io

A brand you can trust | NI Parcels

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