Wednesday 23 August 2017

Sponsored Feature: An Post goes the distance for business parcel delivery customers

An Post provides a vast array of both traditional and online business solutions, all of which are specifically designed to support Ireland’s SME sector and to help generate more business for them. One of the most interesting growth areas is parcel delivery and International export. Literally going the extra mile, An Post can help businesses export from anywhere in the Republic of Ireland to anywhere in world.

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Expanding business into the International market is easier with the support of An Post. An Post supply a wealth of useful information on exporting to worldwide destinations and a huge range of product options to suit all business sizes. They also provide expert advice on how to simplify the exporting process, including meeting the requirements for customs documentation to non EU destinations.

Together with customised return services, an iPhone app for tracking parcels and a variety of discounts for business users, An Post is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to getting business owners up to speed and saving money straight away. They also offer a dedicated Account Manager for larger volumes of parcels and free collection from anywhere in the Republic of Ireland. Businesses can also avail of a free website designed through, as well as advice and handy tips for trading online.

Another major online sales support from An Post is, an online shopping portal that offers retailers the opportunity to promote their products to a wide audience. Retailers can avail of a free trial listing by simply registering their business on

Irish owned and with strong International postal relationships, An Post provides large and small business customers alike with the complete parcel delivery package. Well known names such as, ASOS, Arnotts, Irish Cancer Society and The Jelly Bean Factory, to name but a few, have come to rely on An Post to deliver to all of their valued customers throughout Ireland and beyond.

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