Stellar Growth at PACK & SEND

Packing and shipping franchise, PACK & SEND are reporting another year of growth as demand for their service continues to grow.

The franchise has seen revenues up 27% compared to the previous 12 months in the financial year ended in March (2023).

This is the brand’s third consecutive year of 26%+ growth and means the business has more than doubled in size in the last three years.

Commenting on these latest results, General Manager, Retail Network Development, Richard Webb said, “This is great news for our franchise partners who continue to benefit from the ever-increasing demand for our logistics service.

“We have a unique proposition in the market place and our differentiation, along with excellent levels of customer service, drives customers back to us time and time again.

“High margins and high transaction values along with the cashflow benefits of being paid in advance of shipping all add up to a really attractive proposition.”

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