Hermes is set to roll out an improved delivery window service this year, which will narrow its delivery slots down to just a couple of hours. The carrier’s chief executive Carole Woodhead told Motortransport.co.uk the service should be launched over spring and summer of this year. End-customers will, at first, be given a four hour delivery window, but Woodhead said she hopes to get this down to two hours when possible. “The most important thing for people is that there […]
Hermes has spent £18m on handheld technology to improve its customers’ experience.
UK Mail is anticipating a fall in both pre-tax profit and turnover for the year ended 31 March 2016 after the installation of incompatible technology incurred huge costs.
Online retail giant Amazon has predicted that the busiest day for online shopping orders will be Monday 2 December, which is likely to trigger an increase in volumes handled by parcel carriers.