Spring integrates with fulfilment platform Scurri
Spring announced an integration with UK carrier management platform Scurri, providing online retailers who use the latter service with quick and cost-effective delivery routes to their customers. With the integration with Spring, Scurri can offer even more shipping services for their customers.
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Cloud based fulfilment platform Scurri makes it possible to prepare, dispatch and track all shipments regardless of which carriers are being used. Now it has added Spring as one of the carriers. “Scurri is dedicated to providing the retail market with a delivery platform that enables selection of the most appropriate shipping service for their customer. With Spring we have a new set of routes and exciting products that extends the options available to our retailers”, says chief executive Rory O’Connor.
Spring has 13 offices globally and covers 190 countries, something which Scurri thinks its customers could benefit from. Spring has local knowledge on the most effective international networks for delivery and also works with national post office PostNL from the Netherlands.
Paul Taylor from Spring is also happy about the integration. “Scurri’s advanced technology is used to manage packet and parcel deliveries for some of the world’s biggest online retailers and brands. Our access to the best international routes and the latest delivery technology means we can support online sales by getting goods simply and quickly from warehouse to customer.”
About Scurri and Spring
Scurri is a British company that manages millions of parcel deliveries from ecommerce retailers, including Zara, Boohoo and ASOS. It integrates with delivery partners such as UPS, Royal Mail, DHL, TNT, DPD, Yodal and more. Spring Global Delivery Solutions is part of the Dutch post service, PostNL Group. It’s headquartered in The Hague in the Netherlands, but also has an office close to London Heathrow Airport. Spring manages mail and parcels across European and global networks.