Business Franchise Australia


New Website Launch Ahead of Peak Period for Industry

Award Winning Courier Service, PACK & SEND, has announced its upgraded website which is launching ahead of year-end peak season with recent research showing that 72% of Australian consumers are planning to do some of their shopping online, and from this, 48% expect to do the majority of their shopping online.


With website traffic anticipated to increase up to 30% this quarter, the new website version is designed to provide a fast, seamless and user-friendly experience for its business customers, while also showcasing the brand’s identity and values.


The revamped website features a modern and visually appealing design, with improved navigation and functionality. With an optimised layout, customers can easily find the information they need about PACK & SEND’s unrivalled range of services and its 120+ locations nation-wide and globally.

One of the key features of the new website is its mobile responsiveness. With more than half of its website visits coming from a mobile device, there is a top priority to make the mobile user experience as easy as on a desktop for business customers to access the brand’s services conveniently on the go.


“We are thrilled to debut our redesigned website to existing and new customers,” said Nicholas Woodward, Country Manager of PACK & SEND Australia. “At PACK & SEND, we are committed to providing exceptional customer service and creating a positive experience for our customers. The relaunch of our website is a testament to this commitment, as we continue to evolve and improve our online presence to meet the changing needs of our customers.”


PACK & SEND invite users to visit to explore the new website and experience the improved functionality and user experience.


“Thank you to our Franchise Partners and customers for your continued support and loyalty to the PACK & SEND brand. We look forward to serving you through our enhanced online presence,” he concluded.


To try out the new website, please visit