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
CouriersPlease is on a roll, with 40 per cent more franchisees joining the logistics firm this year. CouriersPlease (CP) also boosted staff numbers by 30 per cent and hired hundreds of
Being a franchisee offers many advantages, including working for oneself while operating under a well-known brand and a proven business model with tried and proven systems, processes, and marketing and
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
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
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 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
When it comes to traditional retail, the tide is undoubtedly turning. A competitive landscape has seen in-store sales numbers drop across the country, even forcing big name retailers such as
Heading into the busiest retail period of the year, Australian delivery facilitators are teaming up to ensure Christmas orders are finding their way to the right person – however they want to receive it.
CouriersPlease (CP) has appointed its first-ever process improvement specialist in a move to boost customer experience and standard operating procedures. The newly created role is part of CP’s recently established process excellence team.