I am proud to say I have been the fastest growing start up franchise to date in the diamond network!
It took Mandy only 12 months to reach more than £500k in revenues – here’s her story!
Hon started his delivery and fulfilment business with diamond just over 2 years ago – and already its revenues are in excess of £1m. Want to know how? Here’s Hon's story.
Corksol, a revolutionary spray-on cork render for use by the construction industry, recently had some very high praise for Diamond Logistics, having worked with the Diamond Logistics Leeds Branch for their deliveries.
At this time of year, with the boom in popularity of online shopping, you may have experienced the frustration of waiting in for a delivery that doesn't show up. Father Christmas is a busy fella and sometimes his satnav lets him down!
The parcel delivery industry — the sector that deals with the transportation of packages to consumers — is booming thanks to e-commerce growth. The global shipping market, including ocean, air, and truck and courier freight, is now a $2.1 trillion market, according to the World Bank.
As the festive season truly swings into action and people get ready to do their Christmas shopping, some careful planning will pay dividends in the weeks ahead.
The Thames Valley boasts some of the most dynamic and successful companies in the UK. It remains the cauldron of the country’s high-technology industries, the home of many manufacturing companies and a base for a wide variety of excellent service and professional organisations.
The delivery of your customers’ parcels is the ultimate stage of the fulfilment process and from the consumer's point of view, absolutely the most important. Which?, the independent consumer organisation, has pursued a campaign against poor deliveries and has called on etailers to offer timed delivery slots, confirmation of delivery time on the day and options for the customer on what action should be taken if delivery is unsuccessful.
The logistics sector is a booming employment sector in the UK, and with an anticipated need for close to half a million new employees in the next five years, a young person could do much worse than to look to be ready for a career in logistics when they leave school, college or university. In the UK, logistics employs 2.3 million people (1 in 12 people employed!), in approximately 190,000 logistics companies. Many of these are small businesses, and the logistics sector is worth £96 billion per year. There is a very wide range of careers available in logistics, from drivers to directors.