Yodel executive chairman Dick Stead has described the footage of Yodel employees throwing parcels about in an undercover TV report as a disgrace after it aired on Channel 4. An episode of Dispatches on 1 February contained footage of hub workers throwing parcels, including some marked as fragile, as well as dropping and walking over others. Speaking at The Delivery Conference in London the next day, Stead said: “Throwing parcels in sorting centres is disgraceful, it is unacceptable, and I […]
Yodel has changed the partner it works with for international deliveries, enabling it to offer fully tracked international delivery.
Two post and parcel carriers at the centre of a recent investigation by Channel 4 programme Dispatches have said they do not believe its findings to be representative of service levels across their operations.
Yodel owners the Barclay brothers remain the richest people directly deriving at least a proportion of their wealth from interests in road transport. But there are some surprising new entries in the 2013 Sunday Times Rich List published yesterday.