This is the HA Guide to Freight where personal and commercial customers can view up-to-date contact details for companies in the freight industry. We deal with large-scale logistics firms as well as mail companies, so even if you’re just sending a letter rather than hauling multiple goods packages you will find the telephone number you need on our useful website.
Call DHL on their UK general enquiries contact number 0844 477 1100 if you would like to discuss the cost of freight delivery or track a parcel over the phone.
Hermes is a popular courier service that can be contacted when calling their national customer service phone number 0330 333 6556.
Pickfords is a moving company that assists home owners and businesses when transporting their possessions to both UK and international destinations, you should call their customer service phone number 0800 019 8556 for a quote on the cost of delivering your belongings.
Call Post Office UK on their main customer service contact number 0345 600 3210 to discuss the cost of sending a First Class delivery to a domestic address over the phone.
Contact Royal Mail by calling their UK customer service number 03457 740 740 to enquire about the cost of recorded deliveries or if you want over-the-phone tracking information for an item that is currently in transit.
You can also get in touch with TNT on their freephone customer service telephone number 0800 100 600 to ask for a quote on the cost of a delivery to both domestic and international destinations.
Phone UPS on their general enquiries contact number 03457 877 877 for customer service advice with their parcel rates, to track your package delivery and for commercial freight queries.
You may wish to contact Yodel UK on their customer service telephone number 0844 755 0117 to track the location of a parcel that is currently in transit with the company.
Marketplace of the Year: Amazon
Amazon is one of the success stories of modern freight logistics, with a rapidly growing customer base totalling an estimated 240 million people worldwide, they also plan to embrace new technologies to help deliver their packages as swiftly as possible including the use of automated drones. Therefore regardless of whether you are looking to do some online shopping or if you are an investor in the freight industry you should consider contacting the online retail giant in the most efficient manner to bypass the chaos of their extremely busy customer service helplines –
to find the best way to contact Amazon UK for your needs, you can refer to the comprehensive UK Contact Numbers guide: ContactNumbers.buzz/Amazon.