What time will my DX delivery arrive?
What time does DX Courier deliver by? Time of delivery is usually, but not exclusively, by 18:00 on the working day immediately following the weekday of collection. A working day is defined as Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays).
How do I track a DX order?
If you have a DX tracking, consignment or reference number you can check the status of your delivery by using our online tracking service. Simply go to My Tracking, enter your number and follow the steps on the page.
Does DX text before delivery?
If you’ve provided an up to date mobile number, prior to delivery you’ll receive a text confirming your delivery date and tracking number.
What is a DX tracking number?
A tracking or consignment number is the barcode related number for your DX delivery or collection. This barcode is scanned as an item moves from collection through to delivery. Your reference number will be provided by the company you purchased from.
Is DX delivery part of Royal Mail?
Established in 1975 during the Royal Mail postal strikes of the 1970s, DX Group has been in private ownership since 2006 and combines DX Network Services Ltd, DX Secure (previously Secure Mail Services (SMS)) and, as of 15 March 2012, DX Freight, previously known as Nightfreight GB until its acquisition in 2012.
Do DX delivery give a time slot?
Then once the date is chosen, the evening before that date we will send your customer a text or email to confirm we will be delivering their item the next day along with a 3 hour delivery time slot so they know when to expect us.
How reliable are DX delivery?
|Shipping & Delivery|
|Average Delivery Time||Over 7 Days|
|On-time Delivery||Greater than 8%|
|Accurate And Undamaged Orders||Greater than 76%|
Can I collect my parcel from DX Depot?
For certain DX services we do offer the option to you to collect your DX item from one of our depots. If you have a tracking number you may be eligible to book a redelivery for your item.
What time does DX deliver passports?
DX Secure deliver between 8.00am and 6.00pm and are consistently exceeding their targets for the safe delivery of both passports and documentation. The targets are 99% of fast track items are delivered within 24 hours and 99% of 48 hour items are delivered on time.
What happens if I miss my DX delivery?
In the event that a DX Courier (B2B) package cannot be delivered to its destination for whatever reason, DX will leave a calling card and try to deliver it again the next working day, after which it will be held at a DX Service Centre for 5 working days.
Where are DX delivery based?
DX is an independent logistics and parcel distribution company operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Based in Iver, the company has operational hubs in Northampton, Nuneaton, Warrington, Willenhall and Dublin. Founded in 1975, the company has been private since 2006.
What delivery is DX?
DX Express focuses on next-day or scheduled courier deliveries, and has a well-developed offering in secure services for the delivery of items of value. It also operates a private members delivery network, DX Exchange, catering mainly for the legal, financial and public sectors.
Is DX guaranteed next day delivery?
DX Secure provides next day delivery of packets and parcels, predominantly to UK households and occasionally to selected business addresses.
Do DX delivery on Sundays?
Yes, we can, upon payment of an extra charge and subject to agreement of your delivery profile. Please contact us for more information.
How does DX delivery work?
DX Exchange operates through a network of 4,200 mailbox locations, known as Exchanges, where Members can send and receive their critical mail. Documents are addressed using the DX box number and Exchange name, and are delivered overnight by 9am as standard across the UK.
Who uses DX delivery?
We serve cities, suburbs and numerous villages. That’s why UK greats such as Argos, Timpsons, Marks & Spencer, Specsavers, B&Q and William Hill trust us with their deliveries.
How much does DX cost?
DX charges a one-off joining fee of £200 and then an annual subscription based on how much mail is sent. Roughly speaking, a firm could start on about £350 annually. ‘It is a real British success story,’ says Mr Morgan.
What does DX mean in legal terms?
All professional property solicitors (also known as conveyancers) are part of the DX system (short for “Document Exchange”). This is an express service which allows solicitors to move large amounts of paperwork between each other quickly. As such they often use terms such as “I will DX it tonight”.
What does DX stand for legal?
Australian Document Exchange (DX)
This is a centralised private document delivery service originally set up for the legal profession and those associated with it. It covers the major cities and towns.