CouriersPlease

CouriersPlease aims to be completely carbon neutral across all areas of the business by 2025, beginning with offsetting 100 per cent of its operational emissions – which includes waste, energy use, staff travel and flights. Emissions in the transport sector derive from direct burning of fuels for road, rail, domestic

Australians have been forced online by COVID-19, accelerating the pace of digital adoption across the sectors of the economy which are adjusting to a new way of doing business. This is part one in a series examining how Australia’s infrastructure is holding up under unprecedented — and unexpected — demand

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Most consumers who shop on Black Friday and Cyber Monday are increasing the size of their orders every year according to new research from CouriersPlease.  The study showed 66 per cent of Aussies who shopped on either Black Friday or Cyber Monday are growing their orders yearly.  Only one third

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Australian franchised parcel delivery service CouriersPlease (CP) has launched a new self-serve, low cost returns portal which will enable etailers to better manage reverse logistics.   Boomerang allows customers to return their unsuitable online purchases to a conveniently located drop-off point, which will then be collected by a CP driver and