The chief executive of Hermes UK has admitted the company had not been as compassionate as it expected itself to be with its self-employed couriers, as a government minister called on HMRC to investigate the carrier’s zero-hours contracts. An investigation by the Guardian in July accused Hermes of paying its self-employed couriers below the minimum wage, and suggested working conditions were stressful to the point that employees were too afraid to call in sick. Speaking to Motortransport.co.uk in the wake […]
High street retailer Next has extended its contract with Hermes extending their relationship to over 30 years.
Hermes has teamed up with ByBox to offer a parcel locker delivery and collection service for SMEs and online retailers.
Throughout the year, Motortransport.co.uk has bought you the biggest news in the road transport industry. Here we bring you the top 10 most read stories of 2012: 10. Stobart Group in for Autologic with £12.4m cash offer June saw Stobart make its offer for the car transporter firm, which valued Autologic at £12.4m. The deal made Stobart the largest car transporter haulier in the UK. 9. Hermes opens Coventry and Carlisle depots 2012 was a year of expansion for Hermes […]