More about Mail Order
The mail order provides transportation of goods for e-shops. When purchasing goods, the customer chooses one of the dispensing points in the required location and the carrier will deliver it there within a few days. Complaints about purchased goods are also made at the branches. In most branches, it is possible to pay for the goods by cash on delivery. In 2019, the company operated almost 4,000 dispensing points for 28,000 online stores in all EU countries, including the Czech Republic. All dispensing points are operated in the form of a franchise. The franchise is designed as a platform for small regional entrepreneurs. The delivery also delivers to the address (home delivery).
From 2019, the company also began to provide shipments between individuals in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, both to delivery points and to the address (home delivery).
Why choose a Mail Order?
- Don't wait
We usually deliver within the next day. You can pick them up whenever you want and it only takes a few seconds.
- You save
We deliver shipments from more than 20,000 e-shops to you. Our prices start at a great 41 CZK!
- You're comfortable
We're everywhere you want us - on the way from work or at malls. You can choose from a wide network of 2674 dispensing points.
You often ask
You don't know why the Hungary Mailbox doesn't work for us. After you select a shipping type, a branch selection window will open, but your content won't load.
For our part, it's just a matter of displaying content using an iframe. However, the content itself is on the side of the Mail Order. It is not in our competence to fix the matter. Please contact Mail Order in this matter.
Tracking URL Zásilkovna
Optimization for Zásilkovna
Optimization is performed by adding predefined fields. More info.
- export_shipment_note - column 12 (according to the documentation - "Unique ID of the pickup point or an address delivery service."); if the custom field is not filled in, the branch ID is entered
General principles of data export for carriers are described here.