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Pandemic e-commerce boom may be slowing
E-commerce spending may be slowing after a pandemic boom, according to the latest financial reports from UPS and Amazon. UPS shares fell to the lowest in three months this week after domestic US volume in its second quarter ...
Oxford becomes DPD’s first “all-electric” city in the UK
Oxford has become the first UK city where all DPD deliveries are made only with electric vehicles, the company has announced. The news comes as all Oxford deliveries are routed via DPD’s new Bicester eco-depot, whose c...
UK government funds design of cable-powered lorry system
The UK government is funding plans for an e-highway on which electric lorries would be powered by overhead cables. £2 million will go towards the study and design of the system, with the e-highway potentially in action...
Postal delays as Royal Mail staff forced to self-isolate due to COVID-19
Royal Mail has warned that there may be postal delays in several areas of England due to staff forced to self-isolate. Usually delivering six days per week, under its obligations as the UK’s designated universal servic...
CDN issue takes down several carrier websites
An issue with the Edge DNS service from content delivery network (CDN) company Akamai took down a swathe of corporate websites yesterday evening, including carriers FedEx, British Airways and Delta Airlines. Web services fro...
Start-ups proliferate as delivery giants tackle e-commerce demand
A surge in e-commerce demand has led to a proliferation of start-ups and small hauliers as the biggest carriers struggle to cope with volume, according to Bloomberg. Residential deliveries had already been on the rise in rec...