At Interparcel, we offer discount parcel delivery services from the best courier companies in the world. You can see our current list of carriers below. We ship with UPS, FedEx Express, TNT, Parcelforce, DPD and many more.
By using our couriers, rather than the standard postal service, you can benefit from a better price and service, and you'll also be able to monitor the progress of your delivery.
Interparcel have negotiated large discounts based on huge shipping volumes. This allows us to pass on these savings meaning you get the most cost-effective options when sending parcels overseas or within Australia.
One of the benefits of choosing to use a courier from our trusted network is that you can take full advantage of their parcel tracking services, which allow you to see exactly where your parcel is at any given time, giving you a better idea of when your parcel is expected to arrive. This is particularly handy when sending packages overseas. All our international carriers have full tracking details available, and are updated in real time as your package moves around the world.
Allied Express is the known to be the largest independently owned courier company in Australia, catering a range of door to door courier delivery services nationwide with the ability to send larger shipments including pallets or crates. Their extensive network of regional agents sees that remote areas are also covered for your delivery needs.
Founded in 1983, Couriers Please have today, grown into a leading courier delivery service within Australia. They operate with a franchisee fleet of drivers, who will be able to accommodate to your needs. Couriers Please is a fully owned subsidiary of Singapore Post (SingPost), a leader in eCommerce logistics in Asia Pacific and USA.
DHL’s mission and vision is to be “The Logistics Company for the World” and they are well on their way to achieving this goal. In 1969, DHL was founded in the United States of America, with their Australian office opening in Sydney in 1972 with only 5 employees. Today, they mark their popular brand in more than 220 Countries worldwide.
“To continually provide a service level above the expectation of our customers”. This is part of the mission statement that Direct Couriers abides by on a day-to-day basis. Direct Couriers opened their doors in 1983, starting with a fleet of only 20 vehicles consisting of mainly cars and hatch backs. Their main customers were advertising and media companies.
Doble Express (DXT) is a wholly family owned business
focusing on providing freight distribution throughout NSW.
Since first moving freight in 1981, DXT has built up over 35 years of experience, and understands what is required to deliver on expectations.
With over 30 years of experience and being established in 1983 in Napier, New Zealand, Fastway Couriers now operate in five countries including Australia, Ireland, Northern Ireland and South Africa.
With operations in each country, Fastway can provide cheap and effective courier services.
In 1971, Federal Express was born with the vision to provide speed and reliability in courier deliveries. They officially began operations on April 17, 1973 with less than 400 staff. That evening, 14 small aircraft took off from Memphis and delivered 186 packages to 25 US Cities. Today, FedEx can deliver to every address in the United States.
Speed, efficiency and value for money are what Mail Call offer. If you need a Same Day Courier service within Sydney and Melbourne, you don't need to look any further. Established in 1982 and with a client base of over 7,000 customers, Mailcall operate a fleet of around 250 couriers ranging from pushbikes to 6 tonne trucks.
StarTrack is one of the leading courier companies within Australia. Owned by Australia Post, it allows us to reach customers all across Australia, making no job seem too big. StarTrack launched their new business in 2012 and has grown exponentially to provide the fastest parcel delivery service on the Road and Air Networks.
TNT initially started in 1946 in our own backyard of Australia, with one single truck. The company has just turned 70 and now has fully owned operations in over 61 countries and services parcel deliveries to more than 200 countries. TNT Australia currently has 44 Road and Air Depots with even more agents to assist with the final delivery.
In 1907, at the age of just 19, James E Casey borrowed $100 from a friend and started American Messenger Company, a local messenger company in Seattle, making most deliveries on foot and bicycle. After six years, the company acquired its first delivery car, a Model T Ford and in 1919 changed the business name to United Parcel Service.