If you’re not based in Europe, you may be unaware of TNT. TNT is a leading shipping solution that offers reliable shipping services to 200+ countries in Europe, Asia, and worldwide. If you’re getting into cross-border shipping, TNT could be the perfect multi-courier solution for you.
As a proud TNT partner, Easyship wants to highlight how TNT shipping saves cross-border shipping time and money.
A Global Shipping Leader For 75 Years
Also known as Thomas Nationwide Transport, TNT has been a leading global courier service for 75 years. Founded by Ken Thomas in 1946, the company is headquartered in Hoofddorp, Netherlands.
TNT provides a wide selection of cost-efficient shipping and fulfillment services in Europe and beyond. The company offers door-to-door coverage in 200+ countries, including the US, China, South America, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific region (APAC).
Merchants Benefit From TNT’s Extensive Coverage
As a figurehead in European shipping, TNT is increasingly prominent in the global shipping space. This is due to the company’s varied services, including:
- Established global network: TNT leverages its trusted European road network to provide reliable door-to-door delivery across the continent. Air shipments are also available on six continents.
- Easy package tracking: The TNT tracking page makes it simple for merchants and customers to monitor their deliveries. Get their mobile app for automatic updates in the palm of your hand, or from trackmyshipment.co.
- Cost-effective options: Varied affordable shipping options keeps TNT top of mind with merchants. Whether you’re sending a document, a box, or a bulky pallet – you’ll choose from a range of budget-conscious shipping services.
- Special rates for frequent shippers: Register for a myTNT account to access lowered rates on efficient shipping around the world.
TNT Offers Shipping Savings
As global eCommerce booms, merchants increasingly need affordable shipping options around the world. Affordable cross-border shipping hinges on your choice of last-mile couriers. TNT maintains its reputation for reliability by completing 55,000+ road deliveries and 700+ air deliveries each week.
Fortunately, Easyship integrates with TNT to offer rock-bottom rates for last-mile deliveries around the world.
Say you want to ship a 5kg box that’s 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm from Hong Kong to New Zealand. TNT is the most affordable option at HKD 750, or $96, as seen in the following screenshot of Easyship’s Get a Quote page.
TNT offers the best rates compared to other couriers like SF Express and UPS. What’s more, this courier offers cost-effective shipping options like free pickup, insurance, and package tracking to ensure your item arrives with a smile.
TNT + Easyship Save You Last-Mile Money
As you consider cross-border shipping, remember TNT as a shipping leader for three-quarters of a century. The company’s reputation for savings, reliability, and timely delivery means they should make your short-list of go-to courier companies.
Easyship integrates with TNT to help you minimize shipping costs and offer buyers a seamless post-purchase experience. Sign up for a free Easyship account to start saving with TNT.
Does FedEx own TNT?
Yes, TNT is a subsidiary of FedEx. To boost its delivery network, especially in Europe, FedEx acquired TNT in 2016.
What Does TNT delivery stand for?
TNT stands for Thomas Nationwide Transport. It is a shipping courier with an extensive delivery network in more than 200 countries worldwide.
How do I schedule a TNT pickup?
The first thing you need to do is to create a myTNT account. To book a collection or schedule a TNT pickup, login to your myTNT account. From there, you can manage and monitor every package you send in one place.
What happens if I miss TNT delivery?
You will find a "We Missed You" card. You or your customer can use it to arrange another delivery. If you find no card, you can use your shipping number and delivery address to get in touch with the TNT support team online and reschedule another delivery. Your package can only be redelivered between Monday and Friday.