Yodel drivers in Northern Ireland are no longer allowed to take their vans home after their shifts, in a move condemned by the GMB union, which said it increased the risk of cross contamination. The parcel carrier said the decision was made after “extensive consultation” with staff and the union and it brought the vehicle policy in Northern Ireland in line with the rest of its UK network. As of 3 June, van drivers at Yodel’s Omagh and Carrickfergus depots […]
About 2,000 jobs are set to go at Royal Mail after it admitted it had been too slow to adapt to a huge growth in parcels.
Cardboard packaging has become so scarce it’s now dubbed ‘beige gold’, according to ParcelHero.
As firms begin to restart their operations, the FTA and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) have launched a guide with advice on doing it safely, quickly and effectively.