Scurri, the next-generation delivery management platform, today announces a strategic partnership with ArrowXL – the UK’s largest and longest established two-person home delivery specialist – allowing retailers on the Scurri platform to deliver bulky and larger size online orders across the country.
With over 40 years of experience in the UK logistics sector ArrowXL make over two million deliveries on average each year. Its network of hubs, outbases, and modernised vehicles provides delivery coverage to 98% of the UK population six days a week and it complements its two-person home delivery services with a variety of in-house services, such as wet connect/disconnect, WEEE recycling and packaging removal.
Rory O’Connor, CEO and Founder of Scurri commented: “Bulky and large items are often high-touch, considered and expensive purchases for shoppers and ensuring a hyper-convenient, customer focused last mile delivery experience into the consumer’s room of choice is the vital final step in ensuring the highest-quality customer experience possible.”
“We’re delighted to partner with ArrowXL to extend our offering and ensure our retail and brand partners across categories, including homewares, electronics and DIY, can be confident their customers will receive the best possible post-purchase and delivery experience driving increased loyalty and repeat custom.”
Craig Kavanagh, Sales Director at ArrowXL added: “This partnership will leverage the unique strengths of both companies, combining Scurri’s cutting-edge technology with our extensive expertise in two-person delivery services. “
“Scurri share our passion for innovation and commitment to exceptional customer experience. Together we will address the challenges faced by retailers in meeting the evolving demands of customers in the fast-paced digital era.”
With over 1,000 carrier services and 97% carrier coverage in the UK, Scurri provides a robust and reliable last mile delivery service to retailers. The company offers the highest level of flexibility in the industry for effective carrier management and shipment allocation, to improve speed and choice for shoppers, as well as maintain cost-effective and efficient fulfilment operations for retailers.