NetDespatch Web Technology Delivers Rapid Global Growth in 2010

By Netdespatch Ltd, PRNE
Monday, November 22, 2010

MARLOW, England, November 23, 2010 - NetDespatch, a leading provider of web-based shipping technology
solutions for postal and parcel carriers worldwide, has again achieved 100
per cent transaction growth in 2010. Working in partnership with carriers
such as Yodel, New Zealand Post, APC Overnight, DHL Sameday, Collect+,
Nightline, Nordic Parcels and Royal Mail, NetDespatch enables hundreds of
thousands of organisations globally to use advanced web services to produce
shipping labels and track deliveries through their chosen carrier networks.

End users include on-line retailers such as Marks and Spencer and, catalogue companies such as Shop Direct Group and many
specialist suppliers of wine, food and gifts, such as Berry Bros, Cook Foods
and The Cheese Society. These companies use a variety of electronic methods
of integration to link their warehouse systems directly to the NetDespatch
Velocity platform, ensuring accuracy of data, cost savings in the supply
chain and improved delivery performance.

"We won several major contracts this year, including Home Delivery
Network - now part of Yodel - which is the UK's largest home delivery
network. More than a thousand Yodel customers are now using NetDespatch
Velocity web services and systems integration tools. We are also responsible
for the entire processing platform for Collect+, the innovative parcel
returns and collections service available through 3,500 PayPoint stores in
the UK," says Becky Clark, NetDespatch CEO.

"In the postal sector, Royal Mail will shortly introduce NetDespatch
powered Tracked services for both next day and standard services, and
overseas, New Zealand Post has built its ground-breaking RedClick on-line
lodgement tool for retailers and wholesalers on the Velocity platform.
RedClick already allows on line booking for New Zealand Post domestic,
inbound and international parcels and packets, producing all the customs
documentation and the specific labels required for each of its many services.
In 2011, RedClick services will be extended to include Direct Entry Mail into
several countries, including Royal Mail in the UK."

Commercial Director Matthew Robertson comments: "NetDespatch has also
broadened its end user base to include consumers, by launching eTrader2 an
updated version of our 'shopping cart for couriers'. This is an out of the
box solution that allows couriers to quickly create an online presence for
non-account customers, with slick booking screens, payment secured through
PayPal and immediate notification to the carrier. Already used by DHL Same
Day and Collect+ we expect this product to take off in 2011."

Contacts: Matthew Robertson, NetDespatch, tel: +44(0)1978-367475, e-mail: delivermore at

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