Manage Your Products in NZ With Our Online Parcel Management System
How Our Online Parcel Management In New Zealand Will Help You?
Online parcel management in New Zealand is the most recommended feature of Jetkrate. Jetkrate is all about getting things done. We carry parcels for companies and individuals anywhere in the world. We also assist clients in doing business by delivering and receiving shipments from them. Our company is transforming and expanding to satisfy the changing demands of our consumers.
Forwarding parcels are pretty challenging, specifically if you have to do it yourself. You need to buy the items to ship, pack them accordingly, drop them off at shipping outlets, and fix all legal paperwork. However, if you use Jetkrate, you can send parcels globally with just a tap.
You don't even have to leave your home, unlike conventional package shipping. You can shop from any stores in New Zealand and let us receive the parcel for you using your specific New Zealand address. You can choose whether to proceed with the shipment or store packages in your suite until all orders have arrived.
Online Parcel Management vs. Online Mail Management
Online parcel management in New Zealand is similar to online mail management. The only difference is you are managing packages instead of mails. The interface also resembles your typical yahoo mail or google mail template, making it easier to access.
Jetkrate's online management tool is the easiest way to track your packages. Many are fond of this instrument because they don't have to go outside their house and direct to post offices or courier outlets to locate their parcels. You can also quickly request our packaging services through this feature without sending us an email or using the Live Chat button.
How do you utilize Jetkrate's online parcel management system in New Zealand?
Ideally, customers want to send parcels without sweating and tiring themselves out. Thus, we put this idea into reality and created an online parcel management software where you can organize all your packages in the comfort of your home.
So, how can you gain access to such privilege? Follow the simple instructions below:
Jetkrate Account Creation
Sign up for a free account in Jetkrate. Wait for a confirmation message to be sent to your email address, and input your desired password. Once done, you can now log in to your Jetkrate account.
Complete Account Verification
When you log in to your account, the website will automatically direct new users to your profile page. You have to complete this step to get access to your package inbox. Here, you are required to enter your complete shipping address and billing address. This is done to identify your current location.
Purchase From New Zealand Stores
Upon completing your Jetkrate account registration and verification, you can now start buying from your preferred merchants from New Zealand. Always use your New Zealand address for every purchase.
Check Your Package Inbox
After your purchase, we will send you an email when your parcel arrives at our warehouse. From there, you can use Jetkrate's online parcel management system. You can check your package inbox to sort all your orders. Each order has separate labels, and you can tick your desired request. If you want us to ship your package right away, then choose the Ship button. Please select the corresponding command on the screen for packages that need repacking, consolidating, or photographic services.
Look For The Shipment Tab
You can see all your packages that we have sent for transit in your Shipment tab. You can locate your parcels through the tracking number information included in this section. Movements made by your package are recorded to ensure that everything is in order.
Wait For Your Order To Arrive
Once we release your package from our warehouse, all you need to do is track your parcel and wait for its arrival.
How to package parcels?
- It is the duty to maintain safe packaging when shipping an item to avoid harm to the shipment and injuries to those receiving it. You can be held responsible for your negligence if the packaging is inadequate.
- Using your own materials or pick from our selection of packing materials to bundle your products.
- Inner packaging/cushioning - tie cushioning products around both sides of the item and wrap enough times that you can't see the outline. In the package or pocket, the object should not be able to move about.
- Straw, sawdust, wood shavings, and any other plant substance should not be used as packing or filler.
- External packaging - for products of medium size and weight, cardboard cartons are usually appropriate.
- Second-Hand packaging - You should not use second-hand fruit and vegetable cartons, meat packets, egg cartons, or fertilizer bags that have historically been used to transport animal and plant material and soil.
- Sealing parcels - Use solid, self-adhesive tape to seal your packages. Choose a tape with a width of at least 38mm.
- Multiple objects - items bundled together in one tub can be individually lined and cushioned to keep them from rubbing against each other.
- Internal cushioning is used for heavy goods to deter movement during shipping, which could affect the outer packaging.
- Check if your item is forbidden or limited before sending it; see Prohibited and restricted goods for more details.
General Terms and Conditions Of Our Online Parcel Management Solution
- Goals for parcel delivery - the arrival target is just a roadmap, and we cannot promise that your item will arrive within the time frame. It can take longer to deliver to and from rural or remote areas.
- Postage is needed - the requisite postage is the amount of postage that Jekrate needs to transport the package. The price you pay in-store can differ from what you see online. The postage and requirements that must be used are subject to modification.
- Coverage for failure or injury and products that are banned or limited - Make sure the item is safe to send and will be protected if it goes missing or is destroyed before shipment. Additionally, you must understand the coverage for injury or harm, as well as the things that are prohibited or disabled.