DX (Group) said trading for the first half of the new financial year remained ahead of expectations and ahead of the same period in 2019, with plans for another depot to open shortly. The parcel freight and courier company said the group was in a strong financial position, with “high levels of liquidity” and there was no sign of any adverse impact from the second national coronavirus lockdown. In a statement, the company said: “Net new business across both divisions […]
As rising numbers of customers refuse to sign Proof of Delivery (POD) tablets due to coronavirus concerns, operators could be left exposed to future non-delivery claims, the RHA has warned.
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that you never know what challenges are around the corner or how disruptive they will be. With the UK in the grips of its third national lockdown and retailers across the country having closed their high street stores for business yet again, we expect logistics to continue to dominate retail investments this year.
A 90% plummet in DX Group’s share price has prompted its largest shareholder to call for the removal of two board members for their “inexcusable” performance.