Pack & Ship

Package Receiving Service | New Orleans, LA

Package Receiving 

Never Miss A Delivery Again!

Have you ever ordered something online only to have a notification left on your door because you weren’t home to sign for it when (UPS, FedEx, DHL or USPS) tried to deliver it? Or maybe you were home but didn't hear the knock on the door when the delivery arrived only to have a "sorry we missed you" notification left outside. 

Or maybe they left a package on your porch or in the driveway, only to have it stolen by “package snatchers”?  The delivery companies can now leave packages without your signature, so your package may or may not be there when you arrive, and may or may not be wet from the weather.  Package and mail theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the US today.

Gentilly Mail and Copy Center can help with your package problems by having your letters and packages delivered to our location. We are open six days per week for your convenience, so FedEx, DHL, UPS and USPS can deliver to us on your behalf—and never miss a delivery!

Our Package Receiving Services Include:

  • A trusted signature upon delivery of your package
  • Recording packages in our Package Receiving Management system
  • We can notify you of delivery via phone, text or email when you have a package arrive
  • Safe and secure storage of packages until you pick them up – at your convenience!

We charge a small nominal fee for each package, or you can rent a private mailbox and receive all of your mail and packages as part of the service. So stop the package merry-go-round and use Gentilly Mail and Copy Center for your letter and package receiving service in New Orleans, LA.

Have A Question About Our Package Receiving Service?

Call 504-304-9595 today to learn more or to start your package receiving service. If you’d like to send an email message, click the button below.

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