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Russian cargo ship grounded at Cornwall coast
A 16,000-tonne Russian cargo ship, the Kuzma Minin, ran aground at Gyllyngvase Beach in Falmouth at 5.40am this morning, after it drifted and dragged anchor in strong winds. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) declared ...
Delivery office queues grow due to Royal Mail closures
Royal Mail closures have led to growing queues at delivery depots, according to The Guardian. Over 50 delivery offices have been closed since the company went private in 2013. One recent closure, of a depot in East Dulwich, ...
Amazon to penalise sellers for unsafe packages
Amazon has announced to its third-party sellers that it will be charging new penalty fees for unsafe packages, including unmarked aerosols and chemical leaks. This follows a growing number of incident reports regarding Amazo...
Customs checks at Dover could take 8 hours per lorry with no-deal Brexit
Customs checks at Dover would take eight hours per lorry if government plans for a no-deal Brexit were followed, according to the Road Haulage Association (RHA). Speaking at a special summit in France, chief executive Richar...
Offering more delivery options drives customer loyalty, according to survey
Online retailers who offer more delivery options are rewarded with greater customer loyalty, according to the 2018 State of eCommerce Delivery Consumer Research Report, a survey by MetaPack. Almost 3,600 consumers in the US,...
Street Scooter approved for large series production
Street Scooter, a subsidiary of Deutsche Post DHL Group, has received EC type approval from the KBA—the German transport authority—for large series production of its WORK electric delivery van. This follows appro...