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Quickpac offers four different shipment speeds for your parcels. The focus is on your needs and those of your customers: does it mainly come down to a low price? Or does the speed count?
Economy
If your parcel needs to be shipped as cheaply?as possible
Parcel handed in to Quickpac by 22:00
Delivery on the next-but-one working day at the latest
Evening delivery takes place in the following cases:
Evening delivery as an additional service
Signature as an additional service
Larger than the parcel box
Priority
If the parcel has to be with the recipient the next? day
Parcel handed in to Quickpac by 22:00
Delivery the next working day at the latest
Evening delivery takes place in the following cases:
Evening delivery as an additional service
Signature as an additional service
Larger than the parcel box
Priority+
If the recipient ordered late in the evening, yet the parcel still needs to be with them the next day. These parcels are usually produced early in the morning and then handed over to Quickpac.
Parcel handed in by 10:00
Delivery the same day
Evening delivery is standard and included in the price
SameDay
If the recipient orders today and still needs to take delivery today.
Parcel handed in to Quickpac by 12:00
Parcel handed in directly to the depots even up to 15:30
Evening delivery is standard and included in the price

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