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How it works

If you’re a home or business user looking to get something delivered then you’re a shipper! Delivery Supermarket puts you in touch with couriers and delivery companies to quote on your work. We make things easier by providing a friendly meeting place online.

We’ve put together a brief overview of the DS process below…

1) Collect Details & List Item

Collect details about your item. You only need to provide what you think is relevant. As a minimum we need a title and pickup and delivery locations though!

If required, you can specify a collection and delivery time.

The more detailed and accurate your listing the more quotes we expect you to receive.

2) Receive & Review Bids

Delivery service providers bid to deliver your item through the site. We let you know via email when a bid is received.

If someone’s going your way anyway (i.e. can backload your item) we expect saving of up to 75% when compared to typical rates.

The longer you can leave your listing open for, the lower the bids will get (obviously).

3) Accept a Bid

You can check the delivery company out on their profile page. There you can see feedback left by others that have used them, as well as insurance and ID details.

Accept the bid from a courier with the right balance of price, and feedback.

Remember, there is no obligation to accept any of the bids you receive.

Delivery Supermarket is a great place to list the things you want delivering to find the best market rate for the job and save money. Our booking process is really quick and easy to use, so in a few moments you could be receiving competitive no obligation quotes. What’s more, it’s totally free to list your items.

If you’re a delivery service provider…

If you’re a courier company or owner driver, DS is a place you can pick up additional courier work. Check out what we’ve got waiting for quotes and bid on the items that suit your vehicle. If you’ve already got a job, why not see if there’s anything listed that needs to go the same way? If you’re returning from somewhere empty, find a job to reduce your dead miles.