PostNet Canada teams up with Purolator to Give Customers Enhanced Options
Oct. 9 /CNW/ - "Business needs options," says R.J.
(Rob) Anderson, president of Myles Franchise Corporation, the Canadian master
franchisor of PostNet Canada. "My goal is to make it easy for businesses and
professionals to achieve all their design, printing and shipping needs with
just one stop." To accomplish this, PostNet Canada has teamed up with
Purolator to offer shipping services in all Canadian PostNet stores effective
October 1, 2007.
"Purolator is Canada's largest overnight courier company. Having its
domestic and international services available at all of our Canadian locations
will strengthen PostNet's position as the ultimate business support centre in
"We are pleased that PostNet Canada has included Purolator as a key
shipping supplier," says Ann-Marie McIntosh, General Manager, Retail for
Purolator. "The combination of PostNet's full-service environment and
Purolator's network will provide our customers with access to an even wider
selection of business services to help meet their needs."
As Canada's largest overnight courier company, Purolator provides
customers with the services and customized solutions required to get their
shipments across town or around the world. Purolator has the most extensive
express delivery network, with over 12,000 employees, including more than
3,500 couriers, over 140 operations locations, 15 dedicated chartered
aircraft, 3,143 courier vehicles, over 1000 customer access points and more
than 400 drop boxes. Purolator processes over 5.5 million pieces (delivery and
pick up) each week for destinations across Canada and around the world. For
more company information please visit Purolator's website at
PostNet is a business and consumer services franchise featuring digital
copy and document services, printing and finishing services, computer/Internet
services, domestic and international shipping, private mailboxes, shipping and
packaging supplies, office supplies and more. The company has grown to over
850 franchises throughout North America and abroad working towards a goal of
1,500 global franchises within three to five years. Estimates call for
15 Canadian locations to be added in 2008. There are currently 10 PostNet
locations throughout the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta,
Ontario and New Brunswick with five more expected to open in the near future.
Myles Franchise Corporation is the Canadian Master Franchisor for PostNet.