Track Parcel Force shipments
Parcelforce used to be called Royal Mail Parcels. It was only in the year 1990 that it was rebranded as Parcelforce with a massive IT and infrastructure upgrade. In 1998 it was rebranded into Parcelforce Worldwide. Today, they utilize the hub and spoke collection and delivery system that have 54 depots across the UK feeding on three highly automated tracking and sorting centers; The National Centre (handles 58,500 parcels an hour), The International Centre (35,000 parcels per day both import and export to 240 countries) and The NorthWest Processing Centre (13,800 parcels an hour).
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