Co-op in Crosby Appointed as New Default Parcel Collection Point

Co-op in Crosby Appointed as New Default Parcel Collection Point


Staff members Sandra Ash & Shannon Diamond Co-op Crosby


Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has partnered with Co-op to provide a new default parcel collection point for its customers in Crosby and the surrounding areas.

As of 11th October 2021 the new Co-op store, located on Cherry Tree Drive, Crosby Meadows, Crosby, will become a default ‘Notice Left’ location for customers based within the area. There are now 14 parcel collection points Island-wide giving customers greater choice and convenience about how they collect their Notice Left items. If a customer wants to collect their items from an alternative location, they can now do so using the Redelivery service.  If the customer provides a mobile number they will be notified as soon as their items are ready to collect.    

Andy Corrie, Area Manager Manx Cooperative Society said: “We are extremely pleased to partner with Isle of Man Post Office to offer a valuable service to Crosby and the surrounding areas. After a hugely successful opening of our store in September, this extension of our services will solidify our position as a cornerstone of the local community and further establish ourselves as an integral part of local life.”

The appointment comes after IOMPO recently extended their network of parcel collection points across the Island to offer a better service to the Island’s community.

Simon Kneen, CEO Isle of Man Post Office said: “We are delighted to welcome Co-op Crosby as a new partner in our on-going efforts to extend parcel collection services across the Island. With ample parking and long opening hours seven days a week, we are confident that Co-op Crosby will provide greater convenience for our valued customers.”

He continued “By extending our services Island-wide and adding more parcel collection points, we are adapting to our customers’ needs and a general change in consumer behaviour, whilst ensuring a quality service throughout our community.”


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