John Lewis has begun a trial investigating the pros and cons of bringing its parcel deliveries in-house. However, the retailer confirmed that it will continue to use third party carriers for its parcel deliveries for the time being, despite trialling its own deliveries. Although it is currently making small parcel deliveries using its fleet in an undisclosed area in south west London, it has no plans to take its entire parcel delivery requirements in-house at this time. “Our parcel deliveries […]
John Lewis has called on Jaupt to provide more visibility about the way in which a driver obtains their Driver Qualification Card (DQC) in the future.
Clipper Logistics saw its pre-tax profit climb more than 25% in the second half of 2016, boosted by new contract wins and the expansion of its Click and Collect service.
Clipper Logistics and the John Lewis Partnership have formed a joint venture company to formalise their Click and Collect partnership.