Monthly Archives: February 2014


Improve business and security sector relationships

Building a strong relationship between the security industry and local businesses is beneficial for both parties. To prevent crime, companies need to draw on the skills available in the private security sector, including manned guarding, CCTV and alarms. Using a combination of these three main areas, businesses are well placed to protect themselves from costly […]

Improve business and security sector relationships

Connectivity will be key for car drops to take off

Connectivity will be key for car drops to take off

The delivery market is constantly evolving to give customers access to the most efficient and convenient services. One idea that has yet to truly take off is the notion of in-car deliveries. This requires consumers to give delivery workers access to their vehicles to leave their parcels safely in the confines of the car. Unsurprisingly, […]


How would nationwide mail delivery standard affect UK parcel delivery providers?

How would nationwide mail delivery standard affect UK parcel delivery providers?

With the news that the Communication Workers Union (CWU) has called on the UK’s postal regulator to introduce set nationwide mail delivery standards, many end-to-end mail delivery services will no doubt be considering the resources they would need to deliver six days a week. According to Post and Parcel, the trade unionist body contacted Ofcom […]