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    Collect+ upgrades retailer printers for faster, easier service

    This week, Collect+ will replace the old print in-store process with its enhanced Zebra Thermal Label Printer solution across the 6,000 UK Collect+ stores which operate the Yodel service.

    The Collect+ Printer works alongside the existing PayPoint One and the Collect+ StoreScan App (available on iOS and Android), replacing the current Yodel “print on till receipt and sticky wallet” process. Any unlabelled parcel requests will print a self-adhesive shipping label directly from the thermal label printer, instead of using the retailer’s till roll and taking the time to seal it within a wallet.

    The benefits of the new, quicker printing process include:

    • Faster service to customers using the self-adhesive labels which are provided free of charge and can be ordered the same way as till rolls
    • Seamless integration with the PayPoint One terminal or iOS and Android devices (via the StoreScan app)
    • The label is self-adhesive so can be placed on the parcel without the use of a sticky wallet
    Collect+ upgrades retailer printers for faster, easier service
    Nick Williams

    “We are very excited about our Thermal Label Printers and the benefits they will bring to our retailer partner’s stores, in terms of ease of use and reduced customer serving times,” said Nick Williams, Head of Strategic Partners & Product, Parcels at PayPoint. “It’s yet another tangible proof point of our continued commitment to invest in the partnerships we hold with retailers around the country. Our intention is to extend this in-store printing service to the balance of the 10,000 Collect+ stores this year.”

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