Calling Marathon Express early to pre-schedule your delivery can save you money. Our Customer Service Representatives will help you to get the lowest price available for the delivery service you need.
• Schedule your pick-up
time as early in the day as possible.
• Try to have the widest possible delivery-time window.
• Next-flight out services require pre-qualification. Contact
your Marathon Express Customer Service Representative early
and request to be a qualified air shipper.
Marathon Express has lower prices than national couriers like FedEx and UPS for same-day and next-day deliveries within the direct service area shown in the map.
Use the Service-Value Checklist to help get the highest value from your delivery service by determining what's important to you and what isn't.
Marathon Express will deliver one or several packages for the same price. However, be sure to tell the Marathon Express Customer Service Representatives the correct size and weight of your package and number of packages. This will avoid any delays by ensuring that the right vehicle and equipment arrives at the pick-up location and is capable of carrying your entire shipment.
You can avoid additional
waiting-time and missed-delivery costs.
• Have that your package ready to go before the delivery person
• Coordinate with the recipient at the delivery destination
to be there during the delivery time window.
• When delivering to a large office, write the recipient’s
name and phone number on the package to ensure it goes to
the intended person.
Be sure to tell the Marathon Express Customer Service Representatives about any special handling requirements for your items being delivered. Marathon Express will take appropriate actions to ensure that your items arrive in good condition.
The people at Marathon
Express understand that getting your items from point A to point
B on time is of utmost importance. We share your concern and
have engineered a highly reliable delivery system with a goal
of achieving 99.9% on-time deliveries. Our logistics engineers
say we can't control all the factors, but we can mitigate them
with planning and intelligent system design.