Royal Mail has admitted that the threat of industrial action and the introduction of size-based parcel pricing led to volumes being flat in the first nine months of the current financial year. In its interim management statement covering the nine months ended 29 December 2013, like-for-like turnover in its UK parcels business rose 8% due to the introduction of a new pricing model, but also led to a decline in consumer volume. Despite seeing growth in account parcel volumes, the […]
Royal Mail’s “astonishing reversal of fortunes” after the online shopping surge during the pandemic means it expects to make an adjusted operating profit of £700m, more than double last year’s £325m.
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Pallet networks achieved record volume last year , with almost 16 million pallets processed though the UK’s collection of central hubs.