Investigative reporting from China Central Television recently exposed “hidden secrets” in the country’s undeveloped courier service industry.Monday, 31 December, 2012, 6:33pm
The Ministry of Transport will seek to expand the mainland's express courier sector by 150 per cent by 2015, turning the service into a 143 billion yuan (HK$175.2 billion) business.5 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
The report, 'Postmen thankful for restrictions on size of bulky courier goods', on page 4 of the March 8 edition of the Sunday Morning Post did not make clear that retailer HMV will not pass on any increase in courier or postal charges to customers from April, when Hongkong Post reduces the maximum size of packages sent via its local courier service.15 Mar 2009 - 12:00am
The city's burgeoning e-commerce businesses may be concerned about Hongkong Post's decision to impose tough size restrictions on its local courier service at the end of the month, but its postmen certainly are not.
Postman Chan Mang-shing said the items he had been asked to carry - on top of his daily 16kg mail load - included bottles of wine, balloons and cricket bats.8 Mar 2009 - 12:00am
After nine years, FedEx's 'We Live To Deliver' advertising campaign has proven that it is still relevant and able to strike a chord with customers. The company shared top prize with Visa International for the Best Long-Term Marketing and Branding Campaign in Media Magazine's Asian Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2007.22 Feb 2008 - 12:00am
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Gordon Truscott of Tin Shui Wai had a curious experience with the Post Office over registered mail.3 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
About 80 per cent of couriers suffer from health problems, a survey by the Workers' Health Centre has found. Of the 149 workers interviewed in June, the centre said 120 complained about muscle pains affecting their shoulders, upper arms and legs. The centre said couriers were susceptible to injury because they were required to walk a lot, often carrying heavy parcels.17 Sep 2007 - 12:00am
couriers paid less than $20 an hour, says union26 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
WHETHER IT IS from Mong Kok to Tsim Sha Tsui or from Mong Kok to Mongolia, it is sometimes essential that a document be sent safely and speedily from point A to point B.
In these instances, although a large courier company may spring to mind, sometimes the tailor-made services of a smaller, specialist company may be just what the job requires.3 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
WITH TNT, DHL and FedEx all household names and the biggest fish in the express service industry, smaller-scale couriers have to work hard to make a ripple.
While keeping up with the big boys is clearly a must, Hong Kong's courier service providers are discovering a range of other ways of staying in business.3 Feb 2007 - 12:00am