APC Overnight expands with 140 new jobs


APC Overnight, is to create 140 permanent roles at its national sortation centre in Cannock, Staffordshire by the end of September. Since the opening of the facility in June last year, the independent courier company has created over 200 jobs and experience more than a 17 per cent rise in turnover to over £88 million.

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Brett Kidson, human resources manager at APC Overnight commented: “All of the positions we are currently recruiting for are permanent. We’re looking for people that are interested in working with a growing company and staying with us for the long-term. As well as a basic salary we also run a performance related bonus scheme, so there are plenty of opportunities for people who want to work hard.“

 

“And with 100 per cent of our junior managerial roles being recruited from within the business, there is room for progression for ambitious candidates.”

 Postal organisations and parcel companies are investing heavily in infrastructure, service offering and technology to take advantage of growth opportunities within the delivery marketplace. This is enabling them to improve the service they provide to customers and increase competitiveness.

Skillweb is a privately owned, UK-based business that provides technology solutions designed to help organisations manage their mobile workforces and track the movement of their goods. The company has operated since 1999 managing deployments across the UK and Europe and is responsible for up to 100 million transactions each month and growing.

Skillweb provides an effective means of tracking and tracing incoming and outgoing deliveries, as well as communicating useful delivery details to the recipient, via its SmartTask POD solution, helping carriers of all sizes to enhance their service offering.

 

Downloaded onto a worker’s smartphone, ruggedised or semi-ruggedised device – including the Motorola TC55 touch computer – this mobile software application can run as a standalone solution, alongside Skillweb’s Houndit technology or a carrier’s current system.

 

When recipients choose their delivery option during a purchase, the information sent to a carrier relating to the order can be used by the software to generate a communication via email or SMS stating an approximate delivery slot. This is based on how long it takes to get from a warehouse to the customer.

 

 

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