Category Archives for Courier

Technical Courier

Become a Technical Courier?


As a technical courier delivering technical items the courier will install them rather than the customer having to wait for an “expert” to arrive.

Courier Scam

Steer clear of courier scams


There are some scams aimed specifically at the courier. They sound like a good way to improve your business and earn money and it is very easy to be caught out by them.

Courier Van

The ideal transport for a courier?


The job of a courier is to move items from A to B. This is sometimes from one country to another, across country or only across a city or town, but whatever the distance you are travelling, you need to choose the right type of transport. Courier Vehicles Depending on Distance Firstly you need to […]

Courier Tips

The five tips for being the best Transporter


Everyone wants to be the best in their business or at least one of the best. So how do you become one of the best couriers around? Hard work, reliability and a great reputation

Getting paid as a courier

Ways to get paid as a courier


You work as courier in order to get paid but bad debts, late payments and cash flow problems can mean the difference between success and failure.

Courier work

Help for getting courier work.


In the competitive market that is courier work, you need to use every advantage you can get. Make sure that you are one getting courier work

Courier Insurance

Courier Insurance?


If you are a courier, you will need insurance, so be aware what is available and how it will work for you it is not a one size fits all type of insurance

Courier Van

The 10 steps for setting up a Courier Business


Here are our top ten tips on setting up a courier buisness so if you want a little advice on setting up as a courier on your own have a look at our tips

Beware of courier scams


As with most industries, the courier services market is blighted by scams. There are often  stories in the news about couriers who have transported illegal goods, such as street drugs or firearms. Sometimes the couriers involved have been paid directly to transport the prohibited items, and others have taken money to turn a blind eye. […]

Finding return loads


Return loading, also known as back-loading, is the practice of making use of spare capacity on the return leg of a delivery journey. This means finding loads that need to be transported between areas close to those being visited by a returning vehicle. Return loads make more efficient use of resources, such as fuel and […]