CitySprint has opened a new Service Centre in Birmingham that is four times bigger than its previous location in the city.
Better safety standards need to be applied to vehicles being used in the gig economy, says FleetCheck.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and Hermes has launched a new trial with German firm Neohelden to explore the use of an in-vehicle voice assistant to streamline delivery services.
FedEx wants to achieve carbon-neutral operations globally by 2040, with the electrification of its parcel pickup and delivery fleet key to achieving its goal.
Addison Lee has launched AL Now – a two-hour, rapid delivery service that gives local London businesses a faster way to deliver to their customers.
CitySprint has entered into an agreement to acquire the same day business of Leeds-based Sterling Services.
The latest news in briefs from commercial fleet industry, including Rivus Fleet Solutions launching a new app and Mediafleet launches its new VanAd service.
Christmas 2020 could be 50% busier than last year, but a 30% shortfall in drivers and warehouse workers could overwhelm overstretched supply chains.
Yodel is recruiting 2,950 new employees across the country as it prepares for what is expected to be the busiest festive period in recent history.
Yodel has announced plans for a long-term strategic investment in a new Northern super-hub to support the company’s growth.
The appreciation of Britain’s delivery drivers and couriers has surged during lockdown, according to research commissioned by McCarron Coates.
Independent parcel carrier Yodel and the Scottish firm Menzies Distribution have renewed their partnership for a further five years, with a commitment to delivering more than 1.7m parcels per year to customers in Scotland.
APC has announced a major recruitment drive to meet the growing demand in online shopping seen during the coronavirus pandemic.
A £2 billion plan to promote cycling and walking fails to recognise how commercial fleets will keep towns and cities stocked, says the FTA.
CitySprint recruiting couriers for Christmas rush.