Fulfilment Company In Truro
About Choice Fulfilment
We are a product fulfilment company that caters for all your fulfilment needs. We offer storage, pick, pack & dispatch for online sellers and we can cater for small and large businesses. If you need return handling, stock checking, worldwide delivery or direct mailing, we can cater for you too. If you trade by Amazon, eBay or any other selling platform we can take the stress out of sending packages to customers and can handle any returns, we can even store your goods in our warehouse and send them to the customer, handle any returns and ship any replacements. Save money and time by letting us handle the whole process!
Our product fulfilment company has mail collected every evening and most of our items are delivered within a few days. If you need next day delivery or you require a signature on receipt, we offer these services too. There’s no minimum quantity or contract so why not give us a trial?
We offer a variety of services at Choice Fulfilment such as:
Store, Pick, Pack & Dispatch Service
This option is perfect for the online seller who cannot dedicate 100% of their time packaging up and posting their orders, whether you are an eBay or Amazon seller or any online company we can remove the most time-consuming part of selling online. As a fulfilment company we make sure that we have a scalable warehouse solution, we will also complete stock checks for you, whether you need ad-hoc checks or regular checks.
We can handle the entire return process for you from the interaction with the customer to shipping out a replacement product. Our team will inspect any returns upon receipt and we can advise you of any product damage.
UK, EU & International Delivery
Whether you’re selling to the UK, Europe or internationally, as a product fulfilment company, we are fully equipped to send your products. Working together with the postal service and couriers, we’re able to offer great rates sending items anywhere in the world.
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Truro is a cathedral city and the county town of Cornwall. Historically, Truro, which is built on rivers, used to be a port. Ships were able to reach The Quay up until the 1920s, when silting made it impossible.
Cornwall has a proud mining and engineering heritage and the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro holds internationally important collections detailing the county’s culture and history.
Although not the county’s most populated community – it’s a small city of around 20,000 people – Truro is Cornwall’s prime retail destination its administrative centre. Its best-known landmark and visitor attraction is the gothic-revival Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Economically, Truro benefits from Cornwall’s tourism industry. Jobs-wise, the main employers are in the public services sectors such as health, schools and higher education, including Cornwall Council, Truro City Council, Royal Cornwall Hospital and Truro College.
Food and drink are important to the local economy, with many cafés, restaurants and bars showcasing local produce. There’s a Farmer’s Market on Lemon Quay twice a week, and Skinner’s Brewery is based in Truro. The Truro Business Improvement District (BID) operates to raise the profile of the city and attract more visitors. Notable music and theatre venues include the Hall for Cornwall.