Home Deliveries

UK delivery drivers under increasing pressu...

Nov 23, 2022No Comments

Delivery drivers in the UK drop off a parcel every six minutes on average, or 10 parcels an hour. Nearly two-thirds (63%) of delivery drivers

Parcel firms expand service offering by joi...

Sep 01, 2022Comments off

Palletways UK has been seen welcoming several parcel companies to its member network, with more firms looking to diversify into haulage and palletised freight to

Home delivery of parcels

Online sales slide as consumers tighten pur...

Jun 27, 2022Comments off

Online sales fell last month, mirroring shopping habits on the high street as soaring inflation forced consumers to tighten their belts, according to government retail

Electric Vans

Can electric vans cope with demands of onli...

Aug 03, 2021Comments off

The courier sector is currently experiencing two major consumer demands – an ever-increasing expectation for rapid delivery times, and a growing concern for greener methods.

Voice assistant

Voice assistant helps getting parcels to th...

Mar 08, 2021Comments off

To optimise the delivery of parcels and to help delivery staff with their work – that is what Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and logistics firm Hermes

ArrowXL

ArrowXL launches national recruitment drive

Sep 21, 2020Comments off

Leading two-person home delivery company ArrowXL is expanding its workforce due to an increase in demand in 2020. Around 100 jobs will be created in

Europcar Mobility Group

Europcar Mobility Group UK report strong de...

Sep 02, 2020Comments off

With online shopping and the consequent home deliveries becoming the ‘new normal’, plus other sectors, such as construction returning to pre-pandemic levels, the Vans &

Hermes

Hermes creates 10.5k new jobs across the UK

Jul 17, 2020Comments off

Hermes UK, the leading consumer delivery company is looking for over 10.5K ‘parcel people’ to join its business as it invests £100 million to expand

Home Deliveries

Boom in home deliveries sees vans take a bi...

Apr 06, 2020Comments off

Booming home deliveries and urgent vehicle replacements by tradespeople and essential workers are dramatically changing the shape of motor retail sales during the coronavirus crisis.