Logistic companies archives A-Z

Most popular logistic companys in UK

AJG Parcels
AJG Parcels
AJG Parcels operates more than 90 vehicles and handles over 9,000 parcel deliveries on a daily basis as well as additional 800 parcel collections. The company invested £1 million pound in new and more fuel-efficient delivery vehicles. Its head quarters has been expanded to reach 10,000 sq ft storage located in Inverness.
China Post
China Post
China Post is the official postal operator of China. The company offers a wide range of services, including domestic and international standard mail and parcel delivery, express delivery, financial services and logistics.
City Link
City Link
City Link reported a gross annual turnover of over £320 million, based on its its operations within the UK, Ireland, Europe and worldwide. The fleet of City Link includes 2,500 delivery and collection vans,. City Link operates 60 depots in the UK and Northern Ireland.
CitySprint
CitySprint
CitySprint operates 2,500-plus GPS-enabled couriers throughout the UK. The company runs 37 interconnected service centres all across the Great Britain, in order to combine national coverage with local customers.
Collect+
Collect+
CollectPlus works in partnership with Yodel when it comes to parcel delivery throughout the UK. Collect+ handles approx. 13.6 million parcels over the fiscal year 2013 and operated 5,580 sites across the UK.
DHL
DHL
DHL runs a fleet of 250 aircraft and reached revenue of approximately 12.7 billion eurors, while serving approx. 2.7 million people in 2013. The employment by DHL reached 93,000 people in the same year.
DPD
DPD
DPD employs 8,000 people in the UK and has a fleet of 3,500 vehicles. DPD operates approx. 500 depots in over 40 countries, serving more than 200,000 business customers. Major customers of DPD are Adidas, Esprit, EMI, Intersport, MGL Metro, Würth and Yamaha.
DX Delivery
DX Delivery
DX offers a range of services, including delivery of mail, packets up to two kilograms, and parcels over two kilograms. The company also has a range of premium services designed especially for public and private sector clients.
EMS
EMS
EMS employs 20,000 professional couriers in 200 countries, to assure safe and fast mail delivery. The number of customer enquiries can reach 70,000 per hour on busy days.
FedEx
FedEx
FedEx belongs to the currently largest corporation worldwide that is involved with the shipment of goods. Founded in 1971 by Frederick W. Smith as Federal Express Corporation, FedEx now operates on a global scale and with the head quarter in Memphis. Its services include freight, ground and express solutions for business.
GLS
GLS
General Logistics Systems (GLS) is currently 3rd largest parcel delivery service provider in the European Union, operating in 42 EU countries and shipping worldwide. GLS managed to ship 363 million parcels in fiscal year 2011, generating revenues of £1.38 billion. The fleet is totalling 17,100 vehicles.
Interlink Express
Interlink Express
Interlink Express has a big customer base and serves approx. 30,000 customers every year. Its delivery fleet includes 2,500 vehicles. Interlink operates 100 depots across the United Kingdom and Ireland. With the Superhub being located in Birmingham.
myHermes
myHermes
myHermes is a UK based parcel delivery company that ships around 200 million parcels every year. It operates through nearly 9,500 independent delivery service providers. Its network includes total of 3,500 ParcelShops in the UK.
PalletForce
PalletForce
PalletForce operates more than 100 depots and relies on 87 member companies to achieve fast distribution of pallets shipments. The recently opened 400,000sq hub offers much space and utilises a £1million ‘Super Forklifts’ that can automatically scan and weigh goods.
Panther Logistics
Panther Logistics
Recognised as one of the largest premium logistics companies in the world, Panther has been providing door-to-door transportation solutions for over 20 years.
Parcel2ship
Parcel2ship
Parcel2ship offers affordable parcel delivery to addresses throughout the United Kingdom and international destinations. Collections and deliveries are handled by a variety of courier services and not by Parcel2ship.
Parcelforce
Parcelforce
Parcelforce is one of the UK’s main courier and logistics services, delivering tens of millions of parcels all over the world each year.
Post Office
Post Office
Post Office operates 11,500 branches throughout England, Scotland and Wales. 300 of which are directly managed by Post Office Ltd. They are officially known as Crown branches. According to the annual report Post Office’s revenue was £1.234 billion in 2013. An increase of 6.4 per cent (£74 million) compared to the previous year.
Royal Mail
Royal Mail
The Royal Mail Group revenue in 2013 was stated at £9,456.00 million, with profit after tax reaching £1,280 million. The parcels are dropped of at nearest Post Office, which can be found virtually everywhere. Royal Mail focuses on Business-to-Business as well as Business-to-Consumers.
TNT
TNT
TNT is a global operator with 155,000 employees. Reported revenues as of 2009 has been stated with £8.2 billion and reported profit with £512 million. Ist mail division reported record sales of approx. £3.3 billion.
Tuffnells
Tuffnells
Tuffnells increased the Revenues by 11.5% from 2012 levels. In result, the profit before tax could be increased by 22% to £6.7 million. To sustain the growth, two new depots have been opened in 2014. Further depots will be operational by 2015.
UK Mail
UK Mail
UK Mail currently has 50 depots based in UK and employs 3,000 people. Its fleet is made of 3,500 delivery vehicles. UK Mail Group PLC financial statement as of March 2014 shows an increase of 7% year-on-year revenue to £508.5m. Profits before tax jumped to £22.8m, as well as the £219.9m revenue.
UPS
UPS
The American shipment and logistics company UPS delivers around 15 million parcels per day to 6.1 million customers. The customer base is located in 220 countries. Its reported revenue for the fiscal year 2012 has been stated with 54.1 billion and operating income with 785 million GBP.
USPS
USPS
The United States Postal Service (USPS) reaches 153 million addresses across the country. 158.4 billion mails have been processed by the company in 2013. Around 31,000 retail offices and a fleet of 211,000 vehicles are managed by USPS. The company’s revenue in 2013 was $67.3 billion.
Yodel
Yodel
Yodel has currently 1,500 clients with 135 million parcels being handled by the company every year. Being the second biggest parcel delivery service in the UK after Royal Mail, market share is growing. The annual turnover of Yodel reached £650 million.