Canadian company sends parcels via drone, then sends them back via freightnet
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The company that uses drones to deliver packages via a freightnet platform is using drones for the first time in Canada, delivering parcels using its own service, freightnet express.
Freightnet, a service that allows customers to order and ship goods using an online marketplace, uses drones for delivery in Canada.
The company, which operates from Toronto, Ontario, and a number of other cities, said the drones are “an easy and secure option for freightnet to provide reliable and cost effective shipping options to its customers.
Freighternet’s new drone delivery service has been in the works for about a year, according to company president Mark Wahlberg.
It’s the first service to offer delivery via drone in Canada.”
FreightNet has been using drones to help the company deliver packages in Canada for several years, and is one of the pioneers in the sector.
The new service is expected to be available in the fall, Wahlburg said in a statement.
“The company was one of Canada’s first to deploy the technology and is continuing to learn, grow and develop its service,” he added.
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