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Couriers & customers

Couriers & customers

IMRG UK has uncovered that online deliveries grew by 12% during March followed up by a recent survey conducted focusing on the exploration of customer satisfaction presented that approximately three quarters of online shoppers consider returns processes when progressing through to the checkout stage when buying. … [read more]


Technology and couriering services

Technology and couriering services

Recently updates have largely surrounded technological advances that will affect couriering services in the future, but what about the present? From the advent of dark stores reserved solely to accommodate the ever-growing online shopping demand to talk of robotic drones taking over the skies. One thing … [read more]


Flying postmen?

Flying postmen?

Flying toy or a courier’s best friend? As an increasing figure of people take advantage of online shopping the duties of couriers rises. Google introduced on the flying courier through their “Project Wing” on YouTube but since fell silent about progress and realistic timeframes but … [read more]


All about Waze

All about Waze

Wave goodbye to lacklustre commands and say hello the social persona of Waze. Comparable to its predecessors the navigation app Waze offers voice guided GPS integrated with turn-by-turn directions. But Waze’s  imprint within this market is certainly an impressionable one with the loyalty to monotone carried throughout countless navigational … [read more]


Swipe and Board

Swipe and Board

In the same way that contactless payments are morphing into the norm throughout retail outlets we begin to anticipate similar developments for public transportation with assurance that new payment methods are virtually ready to hit the roads (or tracks) alongside us. Based on the London Oyster … [read more]


The future of our roads?

The future of our roads?

    Despite the fluctuating nature of time approximations, driverless cars finally depart from the realm of science fiction and encounter the roads. The buzz surrounding these cars came to an inert standstill but this was short lived with the appearance of one avant-garde pod devised by … [read more]


Darth Vader: Reborn.

Darth Vader: Reborn.

Humanising vehicles equals commercial galore, especially with the surge of the attention that the Car’s film franchise has captured. On face value creating a toy that originates from a film presents itself as a ploy to boost both global promotion and sales but personifying cars … [read more]


Driving test tips

Driving test tips

Pressure of driving tests is hardly relieved by pessimistic statistics floating around the web. But you needn’t panic; the potential results overshadow any pre-test fears besides even seasoned motorists recall less than fond memories of pressure and uncertainty. Who knows someday you could become a … [read more]


The sleeping policeman

The sleeping policeman

UK roads have encountered an abundance of nips and tucks throughout the years. Speed bumps adorn the majority of our routes claiming plenty of public notoriety. Whilst some believe they dramatically reduce danger on roads others describe them as nothing more than a hindrance. Leaving … [read more]


Seasonal couriering

Seasonal couriering

Acting as the middleman connecting a businesses to customers, couriering services have always been the cornerstone for trading expansion. Consumer experience only concludes when the product reaches its target destination. A synopsis of 2014 sales indicated that Easter and Mothers day identify as the most … [read more]


Car Customisation

Car Customisation

“People can have the Model T in any colour- as long as it’s black.” Henry Ford’s notion of design homogeneity has been long since dead in the eyes of car lovers. Customising a car is not only an extension of your individuality. By accentuating attention … [read more]


The iconic reign of legendary vans.

The iconic reign of legendary vans.

Owning a van can be majorly beneficial whether it is for business or recreational purposes. We present the quintessence of vans, past and present. Volkswagen camper van: In 1947 a legend in the motoring world was born that has become the epitome of both culture … [read more]


The evolution of transport.

The evolution of transport.

Predating all modes of transport we would have had to rely on our own two feet to get us by. Today we are met with countless news reports attempting encourage us all to use them a little more often. But, with a multitude of transport … [read more]


Protecting goods during cold weather

Protecting goods during cold weather

Whilst so far we have experienced a mild winter in terms of temperature here in the UK, cold snaps can occur at any time, making sending and receiving post and parcels a little bit trickier. Recent storms and floods have certainly made postal and courier … [read more]


Making sure your package arrives at its rightful destination

Making sure your package arrives at its rightful destination

Couriering a parcel involves more than a simple ‘pick up and drop off’ situation – and it’s no secret that deliveries can be extremely complicated, especially when parcels are of a specialised nature. Whilst the utmost care is taken when handling and processing all deliveries, … [read more]


Cold climate couriering

Cold climate couriering

Living in a country with a very cold climate often results in an extreme winter – and this can be a problematic situation for any goods being delivered through a courier service. Whether it’s snow and ice or torrential rain, delivering packages in difficult even … [read more]


Missing packages: Where do they go?

Missing packages: Where do they go?

A missing package can be a frustrating issue in itself, but if the goods contained within were valuable or of a time-sensitive nature it can be even more galling. Missing packages are unfortunately an inevitable occurrence when over 200 million are sent and processed worldwide … [read more]


Minimise your office costs

Minimise your office costs

Eco-friendliness is a growing trend which has caused many businesses to re-evaluate their current stance on climate change and opt for greener options in order to save the planet and appear more responsible as an organisation. Yet one of the biggest incentives to go green … [read more]


Starting an e-commerce business next year?

Starting an e-commerce business next year?

So you’ve decided to start your e-commerce business but with so many avenues to take, you’re not sure where to start. Before setting up any business, there are key points to consider and put into practice to ensure that your online business is safe, secure … [read more]