Analysts expect online sales to overtake spending in physical stores for the first time this year as the country prepares for a Covid Christmas.
The CALM Driver campaign has been launched to raise awareness of van and truck drivers suffering from poor mental health.
Yodel has enhanced its fleet safety programme and reduced collision rates of its HGV fleet by using SmartDrive System’s safety programme.
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.
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.
Local Yodel heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver, Dzevad Grozdanic from Borehamwood, has won Medium Distance Driver of The Year at the Microlise Driver of the Year Awards.
Leicester Tigers and Yodel have announced a new partnership which will see Yodel become the official delivery partner of the club’s online store.
Yodel has agreed a deal with Arrow Cars to increase its fleet capacity as more people turn to online shopping during the coronavirus crisis.
But concerns remain about how the sector will cope if EU drivers not welcome post-Brexit.
Yodel has unveiled 50 new trailers that are equipped with a bespoke ‘Safety gate’ system.
Yodel has launched a green-focused overhaul of its fleet, including the launch of a new electric vehicle, trailers, and Microlise GPS tracking software to optimise driver performance.
Yodel has welcomed three new senior hires to its operations team, with one newly created role.
Parcel carrier Yodel has taken delivery from Mercedes-Benz of its first, lower-emission Euro 6 vans.
Yodel has signed up to the Ministry of Defence’s Armed Forces Covenant to help ex-military personnel and reservists find employment after leaving service.
Parcel carrier Yodel is continuing its partnership with the Tour of Britain by sponsoring the international cycling event for the sixth consecutive year.
Mike Cooper has been appointed chief executive officer by parcel carrier Yodel and will officially take up the position on February 1.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for independent parcel carrier Yodel, following the busy Black Friday and Christmas peak period.
Yodel handled a record-breaking 5,098,559 parcels between Thursday, November 26 and Wednesday, December 2, which included Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Yodel has announced its investment in three new, strategically positioned, permanent ‘super’ service centres in Livingston, Waltham Cross and Southwark.