“Myprint Partners have been a valued customer of Courier Logistics for a few years now, and have grown into an impressive brand. We are extremely proud that they have won the APC SME Growth Award for Yorkshire and Humber.” – Daniel Franey, @courierlog
We just wanted to remind you about the bank holiday next week to ensure you get your parcels sent in time.
Recently the APC hub has been receiving a lot of items that have not been manifested or packaged correctly, we are seeing items that should have been sent as Non Conveyable (NC) being sent on the Standard Next Day service (ND). Please pay careful attention to services selected and ensure goods are packaged correctly. If freight is sent incorrectly it could be subject to delays and fines.
For a parcel to travel on the Standard Next Day service (ND) it must be boxed within the maximum parameters of 120cm x 55cm x 50cm as seen in the picture above. If your parcel is not boxed or is over the dimensions outlined, it must travel on the Non Conveyable (NC) service or the Excess (XS) service within our APC parameter limits. This process is implemented with the aim of reducing incorrectly manifested parcels which is causing delays at the APC Central Hub.
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Courier Logistics are currently looking to recruit a full time Sales Administrator to join our team.
For more informaiton and to how to apply please see the link below: https://zurl.co/6sw9
The Tour de Yorkshire will be talking place from the 2nd – 5th May and may disrupt general services with some roads being closed off for the race. Services will be running as normal once the event has finished, for more information about the areas that may be effected please see below.
The Tour de Yorkshire website has clear routes set out for each stage of the race over the coming days. For a closer look and for more information head over to the Tour de Yorkshire website which will provide a much more detailed look at estimated start and finish times of each stage over the coming days.
We have been made aware that a company called ‘’Globe Light Express’’ are using content from Courier Logistics Website and trying to extort money from companies and individuals. Please be vigilant and if you are contact by this company do not divulge any details to them.
This has been reported to Action Fraud to investigate and take action.
Please be aware that Courier Logistics will be closed for collections and deliveries on Friday the 19th of April and Monday the 22nd of April 2019. Deliveries will be made up until 12 Noon Saturday the 20th of April if they are on a designated premium Saturday service.
If you have received a calling card you will be able to collect your parcel from your local depot between 8AM and 12 Noon on Saturday 20th of April 2019.
Normal Service resumes on Tuesday the 23rd of April 2019.
We wish you and your family a Happy Easter and a great year ahead.
Missed a delivery? No problem!
If you have received a ‘Sorry we missed you’ card or an email notification of an attempted delivery, use our APC Called tool to reschedule your delivery or arrange a collection from your local APC depot.
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Consignment Maximum Item Cap From Monday 1st April 2019 APC head office is introducing a maximum item cap per consignment. From this date, all consignments will be limited to a maximum of 20 items.
Sameday PUR’s – Reduced Coverage
From Monday 1st April 2019 Sameday PUR’s (Recipient and Third Party) will only be available in areas that we can offer by 9am and 10 am services to. This is therefore likely to be city centres and urban areas closer to depots, Pre Planned PUR’s remain unchanged.
If you have any questions in regards to this at all please don’t hesitate to give us a call on 01709 369369 and then Option 4. Alternatively you can always email email@example.com
|Please be aware of operational changes that are being implemented by APC Head Office and will go into effect from Monday 1st April 2019.|
London Surcharge With the London Ultra-Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) coming into force in April 2019 and the increased premises costs for those companies operating in London, it is no longer possible for us to avoid a specific London surcharge.
From Money 1st April 2019 there will be a London Surcharge of 75p for any consignment delivered to, or collected from any postcodes within the ULEZ first phase area (which are initially the same as the current London Congestion Zone): – E, EC, N, NW, SE, SW, W and WC.
A postcode check is also available on the TFL website https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/ultra-low-emission-zone/vrm-checker-ulez
Please find below the ULEZ Zones Map.