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CouriersPlease delivered 5.6 million parcels in lockdown


Parcel delivery service CouriersPlease is forecasting a parcel boom before Christmas after delivering 5.6 million parcels over the first eight weeks of Sydney’s lockdown. As a result, the franchisor expects another boost at

Aramex seeks 300 franchisees, partners with Sharks to boost brand presence


Footy fans will be seeing courier firm Aramex’ branding throughout the 2021-22 NRL seasons as the franchise signs up as major sponsorship partner of the Cronulla Sharks. The signature red

Courier firm Aramex records bumper deliveries on Black Friday


Courier firm Aramex Australia has delivered a record day, thanks to Aussies’ passion for scooping up a great deal on Black Friday. Aramex Australia is a network of nearly 900

CouriersPlease takes action on carbon


Parcel delivery is big business these days, reflecting the growth of online shopping. But as deliveries increase, so do carbon emissions. Well, one franchise, CouriersPlease, is taking steps to fix that

Courier Lite launches as budget franchise buy


Courier Lite is a brand new courier franchise option costing less than $10,000. It might be new on the scene but it’s backed by a heavyweight business, longterm courier and logistics

4 brands helping Australia back to work


News that coronavirus restrictions will ease across the country, albeit in a state-led staged process, means firms are preparing to return to work. It’s not quite back to the old

Couriers’ rise in fortunes in coronavirus crisis


Now more than ever courier services are coming into their own as consumers and businesses ramp up delivery orders. The courier business is one of just six per cent of

CouriersPlease delivery spike as Australia shuts down


CouriersPlease is experiencing a sudden spike in online ordering. But it comes at a cost as regular business orders plunge. CEO Mark McGinley isn’t banking on this rise in digital

CouriersPlease admits underpayment of $382,000


CouriersPlease “deeply regrets” effectively underpaying employees $382,065 over an eight year period by failing to provide staff with paid meal breaks. Last year a query from an employee prompted the national