Sending parcels quickly and easily – that is what GLS-ONE, the new online portal from GLS Austria, is all about. At www.gls-one.at users can create and pay for their parcel label in just one minute, without having to register, the company announces in a press release.
“GLS-ONE offers private senders and small-scale commercial shippers simple access to the parcel services of GLS. In line with the rising e-commerce, these senders are becoming more and more numerous”, says Axel Spörl, General Manager GLS Austria.
The service is self-explanatory and offers tracking. Payment can be made conveniently online via PayPal or credit card. Senders can hand in their parcel at one of the approximately 630 GLS ParcelShops. Depending on the size of the parcel prices start from €2.99 for delivery to a GLS ParcelShop, or 3.49 to any adress. Parcels are delivered within 24 hours in Austria.
GLS-ONE enables customers to send parcels to 25 European countries, within 48 hours to the main markets. GLS-ONE is also available on smartphones.
GLS, General Logistics Systems B.V. headquartered in Amsterdam, provides parcel services for over 270,000 customers, complemented by logistics and express services. Through wholly owned and partner companies, the Group provides a network coverage of 41 European and seven U.S. states and is globally connected via contractual agreements. Over 70 central and regional transhipment points and more than 1,000 depots are at GLS’ disposal. With its ground based network GLS is one of the leading parcel service providers in Europe. GLS counts 18,000 employees and every day around 30,000 vehicles are on route for GLS. In the financial year 2017/18 GLS achieved revenues of 2.9 billion euros and transported 534 million parcels.