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101. DNDP: Providing Flexible Courier Work in Scotland
September 19, 2018


People who suffer from long-term health problems or disabilities often have a difficult time finding jobs that can be adapted to suit their everyday needs. Thankfully, the Scottish company DNDP have been working towards changing this, and making courier work more flexible and accessible for disabled drivers. What They Do DNDP have been building their company for over two years, and since then have helped more than 50 people move into either employment or self-employment. By giving their drivers flexible shifts, this has meant that employees can balance their courier work with the tim... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

102. Hydro-Genius: Have We Found A Potential Courier Emissions Solution?
September 17, 2018


Reducing carbon emissions is a difficult business, particularly in the courier industry where driving long distances on the roads is a given. Several new solutions are being tried and tested, but hydrogen is one of the most recent alternatives to be put forward. Could this be the answer to reducing fossil fuel consumption? The Future of Fuel As yet, there are no vehicles powered solely by this chemical element that are commercially available, but manufacturers are looking towards producing them in the near future. At the moment, hybrids are being used, which combine compressed hydrog... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

103. Medical Billing Opportunities in America
September 17, 2018


Use a health website made to help doctors find jobs. You may also look for a job in a particular state, city or region. Great jobs could possibly be difficult to come by, especially in case you own a felony conviction on your record. Medical office assistant jobs are among the hot job options amongst the many chances in the health care field. The first consideration to figure out when you're taking a look at job opportunities, is whether it is a contract or employment being supplied. They exist for individuals with a variety of backgrounds. The healthcare opportunities will be quite so pl... (read more)

Author: santosh guptha

104. Safety First: Why AEB is a Courier Game-Changer
September 17, 2018


Courier work can be a dangerous business, and accidents on the roads are still happening frequently despite efforts to increase the safety of newly manufactured vehicles and the roads themselves. However, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has started installing Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), and it could be a game-changer. Starting a Trend If you are a delivery driver and have had dangerous experiences on the road, or know of a close friend or colleague who has, you will understand the effects that road accidents can have on someone’s life. With courier work, risks are somewhat inc... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

105. The Earned Recognition Scheme and How it Can Make Haulage Jobs Safer
September 14, 2018


News of the new DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) Earned Recognition Scheme is rapidly spreading within the industry and, with confidence in the scheme high, if you consider yourself a responsible vehicle operator it’s definitely worth getting involved. What is it? The scheme is a way to support and maintain a safe road transport industry. The DVSA, alongside enforcement agencies, has been targeting hazardous and irresponsible HGV drivers in order to limit the amount of accidents that occur. High-risk drivers, if caught out, may have their licences withdrawn, consequently m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

106. Lucky in Leeds: How the Council are Helping the Haulage Industry
September 14, 2018


Leeds City Council is making moves to help out those working in the haulage industry by re-working a few regulations and encouraging governmental support. To begin with, the fee for non-Euro-6 HGV’s entering the city’s Clean Air Zone is being reduced from £100 to £50. Drivers will welcome the chance to save a bit of cash and make their haulage jobs in the area more profitable and this reduction in fees is the first of several suggested changes. Read on for more. Long-awaited Support As well as reducing the fee, the council plans to scale back the charging zone boundary. This will me... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

107. Driver Dilemmas: To Diesel or Not to Diesel
September 13, 2018


The registration of diesel cars dropped by a third in the first six months of 2018. It appears that many drivers are moving away from diesel vehicles and opting for alternative fuels, in the wake of increased environmental campaigns and government measures that make those vehicles less appealing to fleet operators. In this article, we look at the pros and cons of diesel and consider whether now is the time to go green. Diesel Difficulties Although, in the past, diesel has been promoted, this government has been discouraging its use by raising the BiK surcharge from 3% to 4%. This co... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

108. Creatures Calling - Animal Used as Couriers Through History
September 13, 2018


courier jobs in the express freight exchange industry. Over 5,400 member companies are networked together through the Exchange to fill empty capacity, get new clients and form long-lasting business relationships. ">courier jobs in the express freight exchange industry. Over 5,400 member companies are networked together through the Exchange to fill empty capacity, get new clients and form long-lasting business relationships. ">Nowadays, a courier job can be completed in a matter of hours, and there are countless letters and parcels that are delivered every day all around the world. However, it ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

109. Creatures Calling: Animal Used as Couriers Through History
September 13, 2018


Nowadays, a courier job can be completed in a matter of hours, and there are countless letters and parcels that are delivered every day all around the world. However, it hasn’t always been so easy. In the past, animals were often used to send goods from one place to another, but it didn’t always go quite as planned. Read on to discover which animals have been used for delivery work throughout history, and whether or not they are still deemed useful today. Saddle Up Perhaps some of the first recorded animals used for deliveries were horses. From as early as the thirteenth century, a m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

110. Is Two-Hour Delivery in the Cards for Your Business?
September 13, 2018


There is little doubt that the courier industry is flourishing and that this is a great time to own a logistics company. With the rapid increase in online retail and the rising demand for two-day and same-day deliveries, retailers are demanding more from delivery companies, who are in turn benefitting from the increased influx of work. The Figures More stores are promising to fulfil orders in a short period of time and the number of retailers offering this is set to increase, with insiders estimating that 40% of delivery companies will offer a two-hour service in the next ten years. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

111. Why a Courier Career Could Mean a Bright Future
September 13, 2018


Choosing a career, whether you’re leaving school or simply fancy a change of direction, can be a minefield, but you could do a lot worse than entering a courier career, especially in today’s economic climate. Perhaps you already work in the business and are familiar with the irregular hours and constant ‘on the road’ lifestyle. If this is the case then you will be pleased to know that the industry you’ve chosen is flourishing and the future is particularly bright. Demand is continuing to increase year on year, with the number of parcels travelling across our country predicted to grow by a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

112. Courier Work and Mental Health: Beating the Stigma
September 13, 2018


Society has come a long way in terms of how well we talk about and deal with mental health problems. But there’s still a long way to go, and too many people suffer in silence. What’s more, many factors can make the problem even worse for those doing courier work. Read on to find out how you or your colleagues may be at risk, and how to beat the stigma in a healthy and positive way. Mental Health in the Industry It’s easy enough to speak of mental health issues in the industry, but what evidence is there? A lot, as it turns out. Informed observers agree that psychological issues are... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

113. Couriers Who Care: How Eagle is Saving the Eagles
September 13, 2018


Courier work can be challenging, with long hours spent on the road transporting goods back and forth. Sometimes, though, a job comes along with a bit of a twist – an interesting story, something outside the ordinary. Bathgate-based Eagle Couriers, Scotland’s leading courier firm, are working on one such job right now. They’re used to moving goods for consumers and businesses, but over the past year or so they’ve taken on some very unusual cargo: deceased birds of prey. Read on for more on how one business delivered over 40 specimens in the past year. The Project Let’s get the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

114. How a Driver Network Can Help you Collaborate and Grow your Business
August 29, 2018


It’s no secret that the driving industry can be a tough one. Couriers face tight margins, shrinking profits, changing regulations and much more. And all this is on top of the hurdles faced by every small business – things like brand recognition, competitiveness, reliability and so on. Given all these pressures, carriers need all the help they can get. One solution is to consider signing up to a driver network to take your business to the next stage. Read on for more on how freight platforms can help you. Creating Availability Courier businesses, like all businesses, need to b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

115. Don’t Get Caught Short! 2018 Road Law Changes You Need to Know
August 29, 2018


While changes to driving laws can be a pain for everyone, they can be downright devastating to anyone who makes their living from a courier job. For paid drivers, points on your licence and fines aren’t just a nuisance: they can be the end of a livelihood. In this article, we’ll help keep you on the right side of the law by listing some of the most significant changes to road law introduced in 2018. You should remember to keep checking back and talking to other drivers, though. Road laws change frequently, and ignorance is no defence. With this in mind, then, be sure to remember the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

116. Tips and Tricks for Dealing with Online Customer Reviews
August 24, 2018


When a courier job goes wrong, you’ll find that the customer often has something to say about it. Although the internet can be the perfect place to scrutinise, insult, and even ruin a business, it is also a platform that portrays the best of its attributes. Here’s how to maximise the positives and avoid online embarrassment. Don’t Ignore It Actively responding to online negativity about your business is the best way to resolve it. The complaining customers will seldom expect a reply, so it will already act as a sign that your company is keen to help and improve the delivery experien... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

117. How New Technology Can Help Achieve First-Time Deliveries
August 22, 2018


Efficiency is paramount for a courier company, and in order to maximise potential profits, successful first-time deliveries need to be happening regularly. Read on to find out how you can achieve this and ultimately make your company smarter and stronger. What Am I Doing Wrong? Hopefully you aren’t doing anything wrong yet! The question is, how can you make what you are doing better and more efficient? The first step is learning to accept and trust the new technologies that are becoming increasingly popular for delivery work. Companies are constantly looking for the latest device tha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

118. The Appeal of the Wheel: What's to Love About Being a Trucker?
August 21, 2018


These days, too many people are stuck in dead-end jobs that will inevitably take them nowhere and always leave them wanting more. With delivery work, it’s a whole different story. Driving through the landscape with just yourself for company may sound ideal for some, but are you someone that can appreciate, or indeed live, the trucker lifestyle? The Benefits When discussing a job prospect, some of the first things people are keen to find out about are the security and the money. It may come as a surprise to some, but truckers can often find very secure work with decent pay. Hours are ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

119. How to Win UK Haulier of the Year in 2019
August 21, 2018


Whether you’re a self-employed driver or you own a haulage company, if you work in the logistics industry, chances are that you’ve heard about the coveted UK Haulier of the Year award, and the glamorous Motor Transport Award ceremony where it’s presented. This year, in 2018, it was won by Sanderson Transport, a haulage company based in Harborough. The company is living proof that it’s not impossible to turn rags into riches, building their business from the ground up. Winning UK Haulier of the Year was a huge milestone and accomplishment for them, especially as they came from such humble ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

120. The Anti-Pollution Problem: How Green Policies Affect Logistics
August 21, 2018


New policies on pollution set by local councils and the government have come out – specifically anti-pollution legislation. While many see this as a good thing, it can potentially damage businesses in the logistics industry and the relationships they have with companies they hold a transport contract with. Those who work in or with the haulage industry are the ones who find themselves among the ones negatively affected by these new regulations. Despite this, they are also one of the groups the government considered the least when implementing these new rules. With the increasing number of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

121. Prevention is the Best Cure: Fighting Freight Crime
August 21, 2018


If you’re someone who works in the haulage industry, it’s understandable that the idea of freight crime would be frightening. Whether you’ve experienced it firsthand or have been lucky enough to have only heard the stories, the thought of your vehicle being messed with or stolen from is certainly unsettling. Fortunately, the Bedfordshire Police are on the case and they’ve come up with a campaign to ease the troubled minds of lorry drivers all over England. Together with the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service, they’ve implemented a program that they hope will reduce crime by incre... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

122. Zero Is a Hero: Reducing Gas Emissions in the Haulage Industry
August 21, 2018


The time for throwing rubbish out of the window indiscriminately and leaving your lights on all day and night have passed – people care about the environment now more than ever. With heightened awareness and focus on sustainability, many new laws and regulations have been passed. However, not everyone needs a rule to keep the earth as clean as possible – some people just need a little help. Three years ago, the UK government asked those in the haulage industry to decrease their greenhouse emissions. With the steep request of a 15% reduction by 2025, many companies wondered if that was pos... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

123. Maximise Profits by Qualifying to Carry Abnormal Loads
August 21, 2018


For hauliers looking to maximise profits and keep a finger on the pulse of a healthy bottom line, diversity is king. While regular, well-paying clients are the Holy Grail, giving yourself extra opportunities to take on a job or return load is an important part in staying profitable. One way of doing that is to ensure you have the skills, capacity and knowledge to transport what are deemed as “abnormal loads”. Diversifying Deliveries It’s not simply a matter of painting a banner on your lorry saying, “We deliver anything, anytime, anyplace”, because some goods require not only special... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

124. NWH Addresses Skills Shortage With Apprenticeship Scheme
August 21, 2018


The chief executive of the Road Haulage Association, Richard Burnett, has raised concerns about the shortage of UK hauliers. He argues that the industry needs to tackle this problem head on, by actively recruiting more drivers into the sector and also improving the quality of existing drivers. One UK company that is willing to take on the challenge is the NWP Group; they have recently invested half a million pounds into a unique apprenticeship scheme, which offers a fantastic opportunity to young people across the country. Increasing the number of UK hauliers will benefit the national ec... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

125. Renault Delivers Second Generation Electric Truck Range
August 21, 2018


Renault has announced its second generation of electric trucks, suited for all types of haulage work, which will be available before the end of 2018. With concerns about air quality, particularly in urban areas, and global CO2 levels at an all-time high, this is a well-timed launch that will help hauliers make the switch to electric vehicles. This article will give a brief overview of the range, and perhaps persuade you to think about making the change to a fully electric vehicle in the next few years. Renault and Electric Vehicles Renault has been working on hybrid and electri... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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