In an interview with Wired, the courier service provider Sheffield Express Delivery confirmed it would soon offer its customers the option to pick up packages using its “delivery delivery express” service.
The company’s “deliveries will be delivered to the UK in a high-security, high-speed, sealed container, as well as to any destination in the world via an air freight route.”
This service will also be available in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
“We’re currently testing this in the UAE, where we are testing delivery delivery express to Dubai, as an option for those who are unable to get the high-quality delivery delivery services to them,” said the company in a statement.
It added that “we will soon launch delivery express in the rest of the world.”
The delivery service, which is currently only available in the US, is a partnership between Sheffield Express and the courier company Hermes.
The two companies are currently working on other delivery services.
In a statement, Sheffield Express said the service was not a direct competitor to Hermes’ delivery service Hermes Express, but that it would be able to offer the delivery services at a lower price.
Hermes is a French-based courier service that offers a wide variety of services, including a variety of delivery services, such as the delivery of books to bookstores.