Using parcel labels

Consignors who only send small volumes of parcels can bring their parcels directly to a GLS ParcelShop. There they receive a parcel label, which they can fill in at the shop.

Sending parcels from a GLS ParcelShop

Cash-sale parcel label: The parcel label is completed in the GLS ParcelShop. It serves as an address label and receipt for the sender and ParcelShop. The parcel label must be completed in clearly legible block letters or be machine-printed. All fields should be filled in and the receipt must be signed.

Size-category sticker: This label is used to indicate a parcel’s size measured before (XS to XL).