Tag Archive: couriers

  1. Robot Couriers?

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    From this month onwards we will be sharing the road with robots. Yes, actual robots. Delivery bots will be dotted throughout Germany, Switzerland and the UK. The autonomous delivery units will be bracing the streets thanks to Starship technology, founded by Skype cofounders Ahti Heinla … [read more]

  2. OURA

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    London’s Clerkenwell Design Week is an annual home to some of the worlds most creative trailblazers. Therefore, getting noticed within such an event is an achievement in itself. Introducing Renault Oura, a wearable transportation concept that claimed the first place spot standing out against the strong runner-up … [read more]

  3. UK’s most wreck less drivers?

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      According to research from the Department For Transport the most hazardous driving on British roads occurs in the suburban area of Hillingdon, within the UB9 postcode alone a staggering 11% of motorists have at least one penalty point tainting their record becoming the worst … [read more]

  4. Quick response solutions

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    Warehousing is the cornerstone of physical distribution and is a paramount component in planning out a logistical strategy. Forward Stock Locations (FSL) typifies supply and demand offering control and general management of stock. Ensuring that deposits of spare or replacement goods are in reach of … [read more]

  5. Couriers & customers

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    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]

  6. Technology and couriering services

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    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]

  7. Flying postmen?

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    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]

  8. The sleeping policeman

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    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]