CouriersPlease mark milestone with makeover

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CouriersPlease has chosen its 40th anniversary year to unveil a series of business initiatives aimed at springboarding off their past growth and continuing to improve offerings.

To celebrate the milestone with its teams around Australia, the parcel delivery service is embarking on a brand refresh across all its marketing, websites, depots and vans.

“We have a strong company culture, which is enhanced by the collaboration and innovation shared between franchise partners and staff,” said Richard Thame, CouriersPlease CEO.

“We couldn’t have achieved the level of customer growth or market expansion without them, so we are looking forward to celebrating with all our regions this month.”

The company, a subsidiary of Singapore Post, is also investing in a number of environmental projects aimed at reducing their carbon footprint.

They have plans to build new depots to the ‘Green Star Standard,’ including at its newest depot in Sydney’s Greystanes.

They are also trialling electric vans in their delivery fleet.

“CouriersPlease is continually seeking to improve and grow its service offerings,” Thame said.

“Logistics is an everchanging industry that’s seen enormous growth in the last three years, and we’ve had to adapt swiftly and efficiently as demands on the business change,” he said.

CouriersPlease began as a solitary depot in Melbourne in 1983 and now boasts a network of 1200 franchise partners and contractors covering 95 per cent of Australia.

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