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DPD Customer Service Helpline

DPD Customer Helpline / 08445 560 560
DPD was established in 1970 and was then known as Courier Express. By 1985, the company was taken over by an Australian team before being passed over to La Poste. Today, DPD is a part of the GeoPoste group and it boasts more than 5,000 customers around the […]

TNT Customer Service Helpline

TNT Customer Service Helpline / 01706 827511
TNT is currently one of the United Kingdom’s premier courier services. The company has more than 70 depots that are located throughout the UK, as well as Ireland, and more than 11,000 employees. The company started under Ken Thomas who was a businessman who made the decision to […]

UPS Customer Service Helpline

UPS Customer Service Helpline
UPS Customer Helpline / 08457 877 877
UPS was established in 1907 in America, where it was named the American Messenger Company. By 1919, it officially became the United Parcel Service of America, or UPS. By 2012, it acquired one of its major competitors, TNT Express, and began to rapidly expand its […]

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Yodel Contact Number

Yodel Contact Number – 0844 453 7443.
Contact Yodels Customer Service Phone Number

All about Yodel and how to contact there customer service
Yodel was founded in 2010 after the DHL home delivery department was taken over and renamed. They cater for both businesses and home customers to deliver packages in a safe and timely manner. […]

UK Mail Customer Care Center

UK Mail Customer Care Center
UK Mail Contact Number / 08451 554455
UK Mail is Royal Mail’s number one competitor and is made up of 55 sites, as well as 2,500 vehicles. This company has been around for more than 4 decades and now boasts a very large base of loyal customers. For more information about […]

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Royal Mail Customer Service Helpline

Royal Mail Customer Service Helpline
Royal Mail helpline – 08457 740 740
The Royal Mail can trace its origins back to the 16th century, when King Henry VIII put the “Master of the Posts” into business. Since then, this business has gone on to establish depots throughout the United Kingdom and it is currently the primary […]

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