7-Eleven sends parcels 24/7

    7-Eleven ParcelMate has launched a new service in partnership with Toll that allows Australians to send parcels 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

    The service is available at more than 280 7-Eleven ParcelMate locations nationwide.

    “We’re keeping it simple,” 7-Eleven Head of Innovation, Strategy and Business Development Stephen Eyears said.

    “Customers can select either a Regular (1kg) or Large (3kg) satchel to send using our Domestic Standard or Domestic Express service.

    “Our prices are designed to give our customers great value, 1kg domestic standard is $11, 3kg is $14. For express, 1kg is $14 and 3kg is $17.”

    Toll Global Express President Bruce Wilson explains that with Toll’s high quality service and extensive network, they are able to provide 7-Eleven ParcelMate customers with reliable parcel sending options.

    “The partnership with 7-Eleven brings a new convenient offer to consumers, allowing them to send parcels when it suits them all backed by the strong delivery service.”

    Mr Eyears adds, “Our stores continue to evolve based on our customers’ needs. From our research, there is real customer demand for more choice and reliability in parcel services.”

    By the end of 2019, 7-Eleven ParcelMate lockers will be available in approximately 400 7-Eleven stores nationwide.

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