Sorted hits 1 billion pound shipment milestone

Sorted hits 1 billion pound shipment milestone

Manchester-based global delivery platform Sorted is celebrating a
landmark 2019 after the total value of goods it has shipped hit the 1
billion pound mark.

This success comes at the end of what the delivery platform is calling a
“record twelve months of rapid expansion” after the firm increased its
client base by 200 percent adding retailers including Asos and Mulberry.

Asos, Mulberry amoung Sorted’s brands

Asos signed up to Sorted in February 2019, as part of their global
expansion strategy, adopting Sorted’s secure, scalable software to improve
its customer experience and provide major cost-savings. The partnership
sees Sorted run a large percentage of Asos’s distribution centre delivery
management in the UK and by the end of the year, Sorted will have helped
ship more than ten million parcels for the online retailer.

Mulberry, which operates 120 stores in 20 countries is one of Sorted’s
recent client wins, and has been tasked with helping to drive the British
label’s international growth and improve web conversions. Using SortedPRO
they have unified their order processing system and upgraded their delivery
proposition with more carriers and services.

David Grimes, founder and chief executive at Sorted, said in a
statement: “We’ve had a tremendous 2019 at Sorted. Adding Asos to our
ever-expanding roster of clients alongside the likes of Missguided,
Farfetch, French Connection and FatFace shows that our delivery technology
is trusted by some of the planet’s biggest retailers.

“Consumer expectations have never been higher than they are now. And by
constantly refining and driving innovation in the delivery experience
sector we are becoming retailers’ secret weapon of choice.”

Sorted’s data-driven delivery software, which offers dynamic checkouts,
delivery management and delivery tracking around the world is now live in
12 countries with brands including French Connection, Mountain Warehouse,
Missguided, Lush and Homebase, and since launching three years ago it has
shipped goods to the value of 1.3 billion pounds to 171 countries

Grimes, added: “Hitting the 1 billion pound milestone of goods shipped
is a great testament to the drive and dedication of our workforce who are
constantly striving to ensure Sorted remain best in class.”

Image: courtesy of Sorted


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