Floramedia launches track and trace delivery service

Horticultural design and print company Floramedia has launched a “track and trace” delivery service.

Floramedia has teamed up with its key distribution suppliers UPS and Wim Bosman and is now able to offer the service as standard on all label deliveries.

Floramedia warehouse manager Simon Dickerson said: "The Track and Trace service is for all of our label deliveries whether they are from our main stock or are a bespoke order.

"A designated contact will receive an email when their order is dispatched detailing the scheduled delivery date, the address and contact name the delivery has been shipped to, the number of packages, weight and an individual tracking number.

"From the email the recipient can click to track their shipment live online, viewing its latest location. Once their order has been delivered, a final email will be sent detailing the time and date the delivery was signed for and who signed for it. A proof of delivery can also be accessed online."

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