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Using PakjeGemak with MyParcel

Via MyParcel you can use PostNL’s PakjeGemak. These are pickup points in the Netherlands and time frame deliveries.

If an order in Picqer has PakjeGemak data, Picqer will automatically use this to create a PakjeGemak shipment in MyParcel. You do not need to set up anything in the MyParcel package service for this.

If there is no PakjeGemak data known, a normal shipment will be created according to the shipping profile settings.

The options such as "uninsured shipping", "insured shipping" and "large package and insured" that are set in the profile, are also used for PakjeGemak shipments.

Orders with PakjeGemak

To get the PakjeGemak settings of orders to Picqer, we support the following 3 ways:

Magento 1

Install the Magento MyParcel plug-in in your webshop. Picqer now imports the data automatically for new orders.

WooCommerce

Install the WooCommerce MyParcel plug-in in your webshop. Picqer now imports the data automatically for new orders.

MyParcel has the option for "Track & trace in email" in its extension. This does not work because the shipment is not created via WooCommerce.

Picqer API

When webshop orders are entered through the Picqer API, you provide "pickup point" data for PakjeGemak. You can find examples on this page.

Magento 2

Install the Magento MyParcel plug-in in your webshop. Picqer now imports the data automatically for new orders.

Supported options

  • Normal shipments
  • Pickup locations in the Netherlands
  • Pickup locations in Belgium
  • Evening delivery
  • Letter box
  • Delayed delivery

Additional options such as signatures, only home address or insured shipping are not taken from the shop. These options are determined by the shipping profile in Picqer.

How can we help?

Are there any questions left? We love to help you.

Please mail your question to support@picqer.com.