Parcel Plus Franchise Business Opportunity
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Technological advancement has led to the growth of the home-based business market. Parcel Plus positions itself to become the secondary offices for these entrepreneurs who don't want to have copiers, fax machines and postal meters cluttering their homes. In addition, they may not have the supplies or the time to ship products related to their business.
Parcel Plus also services cargo customers that have items too large or bulky to ship via carriers like FedEX or others. Typically a common carrier or moving company has shipping requirements which include that an item be crated, and have minimum fees. Parcel Plus uses carriers that do not charge the minimum or pick up fees. Parcel Plus can also handle the crating required so the customer doesn't have to deal with it. Insurance is also available for the item being shipped. This is a niche market with growing demand. Parcel Plus, with the assistance of its affiliated parent company ICED, has developed a selling and marketing system to grow this market.
The services offered at Parcel Plus cater to the outside sales person, the person who doesn't have enough time, and the busy business owner who wants to outsource their shipping and packaging requirements. Besides the traditional services of packaging, packing supplies and freight, Parcel Plus offers pickup, crating, shipment and insuring cargo with quick quotations.
Other services offered by many Parcel Plus centers include greeting cards, gift wrapping supplies and wrapping service, faxing, mailboxes, convenience copiers, mailing services, business cards, office supplies, specialty advertising, labels, notary, banners, name badges, and rubber stamps.
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