FrankPay is a convenient way to pay for parcel deliveries using your franking machine.

FrankPay Parcel Sending
20 Aug 2020 2 min read

Parcelforce Worldwide has launched a new FrankPay shipping system to provide businesses with instant access to all domestic and international services, with payment via a franking machine. There is no additional cost, no membership required and no minimum send requirement. All you need is a Franking machine and credit loaded to get started.

What is Franking?
FrankPay helps customers to save time through in-house postage, enabling quicker processing of larger parcel volumes. It also keeps all payments in one place so that customers can efficiently manage postage spend without having to apply for a Parcelforce Worldwide contract.

Why use FrankPay? 
Franking is an easy, flexible way to pay for Royal Mail Group postage, including Parcelforce Worldwide, postage of business parcels – especially if sending larger volumes. Payment is made via a franking machine at the end of the booking journey. It also enables customers to create labels for UK and Export destinations and access a range of Next day delivery services

How to Pay?
In the new FrankPay shipping system, customers can simply choose the FrankPay option on the payment method page within the retail booking journey, enter their die number and generate their Parcelforce Worldwide labels. Payment via a Franking machine means customers can request a Parcelforce Worldwide collection or drop their parcel off at a Post Office. More information is available online at:

Karen Whittingham, Sales & Commercial Director from Parcelforce Worldwide said We have launched a new FrankPay shipping system to help our customers to save time and increase efficiency, especially when sending larger volumes of items. At Parcelforce Worldwide, we are constantly looking to innovate and expand our services to cater to the needs of our customers and FrankPay is another example of this.”


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