“How to Start a Courier Business?”
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  • marinus said on January 11, 2010
    hey, i've got a ute and would like to start my own courier company? what is the best way to start and how long can i expect to wait before I can start? What is a thumbsuck amount per week if you do it on your own and or what if you subcontract yourself? ($pw?) i'm in perth, australia. thanks
  • Wilson said on January 12, 2010
    hi i intend to start my courier company in singapore can u help me???
  • Mike said on January 12, 2010
    Hi i have a bakkie and i would like to provide transportation for a courier company. I am situated at Johannesburg soweto Diepkllof. Please email me if you need my service.
  • alfred kgwedi said on January 14, 2010
    hi i want to start courier service with my own car, good condition car and am a effective and efficient worker situated in pretoria
  • steve said on January 14, 2010
    stephen, saint charles, missouri. What's the best way to get clients? I just want to work using one vehicle, with me as the driver.
  • sarita mahrolia said on January 16, 2010
    i m sarita want to start my courier business how much capital i need in kamla nagar delhi india
  • Sundharananda said on January 17, 2010
    I want open a courier branch, however. I do not have any experience. I want to know about this service from the scratch. Please help me out. Thank you.
  • ernest manganyi said on January 20, 2010
    SUB contract courier business. From Soweto. Johannesburg. South africa
  • pradeep said on January 24, 2010
    i am soon starting this business in india
  • barton cohen said on January 26, 2010
    hi my company is in new jersey we use cargo bikes also and only deal in a specific category of product to deliver, highly niched but i have done the research and know there is void here and a need, if anybody out there even in different state wants to get started, or wants to partner with us, i feel that i on a truly untapped market, by the way i am over 55 and have the athletic ability to ride over 100 miles even in bad weather, i have trained my body to do this over the last 5 years, i am open to any new ideas that can only help me in my vision to see this through thanks very much barton cohen
  • Maciu Koto said on January 26, 2010
    Hi i am interested in running my own courier company can send more information on how to get these off the ground?
  • Ben said on January 26, 2010
    Tarniet, Melbourne Vic. hi, I'm about to purchase a van and start as subcontractor courier business i would like to know how to charge? how much a courier license cost? do i have to buy new van or it can be second hand? I will be looking forward to your reply. Thanks
  • Precious Jamela said on January 27, 2010
    I would like to start a courier business but i do not know where to start, please help, i have a second hand van, Thanks. Johannesburg, South Africa
  • HAROLD MOROLONG said on January 28, 2010
  • richard mooney said on January 28, 2010
    thanks for all the valuable information, i would like to start one courier business in sheffield, england.
  • Anthony Rabindran said on February 1, 2010
    Hi, I would like to start up a same day courier company in Surrey, but I am new to this industry, please can anyone tell me the good and the bad points in this industry?
  • hafiz said on February 3, 2010
    Hi. I'm staying in Malaysia. I just started to do courier service. I just need the advise can i survive at this line. I really dont know how can i get the customer and what is the best formula for new comer like me to get the first customer and can get long at this line. Hope anybody can help me. thank & regards
  • LEBHANG said on February 3, 2010
    hi, i'm staying in pretoria, i have a registered cc, and i have a bakkie, looking for a contract around gauteng, please if anyone has information or help mail back, i'm really new in business and need guidance for job opportunities. thank you!
  • car courier said on February 3, 2010
    Now I'm a courier in London England, and I read so many comments of how people will not use courier sin cars, well I earn on average £300 per day 6 days a week driving my little old pug 106, I also have a trailer on the back so I can carry pallets too, well worth it. I also have a heavy duty roof rack fitted so am often loaded in the car, on the roof and trailer, so my question is why bother with a van, as with a car I only need basic insurance which cost about £200pa
  • steve said on February 3, 2010
    Lets get real. Firstly, if you aint got £5000 plus the vehicle, you will struggle, why? cos you will be giving credit to all and sundry for 60 days and paying for your running costs as you need to (fuel/tyres/insurances). Courier Insurance equals taxi insurance in its rates, £1000 a year if you have transferable No Claims Bonus. Before even considering it, google "london gazette" and search "personal insolvencies" for "couriers". You CANNOT legally be a carrier of goods without business/courier insurance, get stopped carrying 50 parcels with different names on each and the police will crush your nova in a flash.
  • Keith Ayres said on February 3, 2010
    I wanna set up a UK sameday network, areas only cost £10,000
  • simon said on February 3, 2010
    it might just help if some of you lot made a business plan
  • Geordie said on February 4, 2010
    Tell me what is a business plan? is it like a menu that has all the prices you can charge on? How much and what sort of ins. do I need? Never been a courier before and just passed my driving test. so do you think it will be expensive? seen all the vans going about tnt, dhl etc, and thought I can do that. Any help appreciated. thank you
  • Alfie said on February 4, 2010
    Hi Geordie. Just to let you know anyone can be a courier, but it takes a lot more than just a van /car to do it, go and see the local couriers & ask their advice. but dont ask them how much you should charge for a job or they will kick you out. that is personal only to the courier. next I would get some driving experience behind you, but seeing some so called couriers i dont think they have even passed their test. on another note, if you do get to be a courier look out or no.1 and take as much work as you can get, even if it means being a bit lae so you can get that extra package on go luck
  • Smeagle said on February 4, 2010
    I'd like to earn £300 per day for minimal work and minimal outlay. I have a pug and i've located a trailer that i could easily swipe. I could use string instead of a roofrack? I haven't bothered with insurance and i've heard you never get paid out on PL or GIT so i'll give that a miss too. Anyway, could someone point me in the direction of a company that would use me? I don't want to tramp so was thinking 50 miles max one way, 100 miles per day should allow me to leave after Jeremy Kyle and return in time for golf. That equates to £6 per loaded mile, is this the going rate for a pug with trailer and string? I found your comments very helpful so far!
  • Daffed said on February 4, 2010
    I too would like to earn the £300 per day, i have my Ford Mondeo ready, with business insurance, (yes i got business instead of normal) i dont have a roof rack but i could use the idea of smeagle and use some string and tie them through the windows, (which are also electric so i can control the load too ! bonus) i bought a manual from a website for £24-99 which i thought was a bargain because everywhere else wanted £35, i am also going to advertise on ebay because my friend in the pub told me you can make a load of money from the site advertising your services. I have £300 in the kitty for fuel, so i think that should be enough until i start getting paid, any cash jobs would obviously be better for me so i dont have to declare to the horrid tax man ! thanks in advance for your help guys
  • sunny said on February 5, 2010
    hi i'm looking to start my business and whats the best rates to charge and whats the best way to get clients i want to keep it in one city to start off
  • Skinnymick said on February 5, 2010
    Hi, thought I'd give some of you would be couriers a few useful tips. I do loads of work and earn plenty doing it but I used to get pulled by the police and VOSA a lot in my new van, so I got rid and bought a battered old smilley Jumbo tranny, load of rust so I looked like a pikey without two cents to rub together, then I put a good engine in so it wouldn't brake down, then I bought myself a 23 foot twin axel Hobby caravan that was really a shed on wheels. I strengthened the floor, stripped it out and welded a steel framework inside, the windows were left in and I left the curtains and blinds in. So now what I have got is a trailer that looks like a caravan, I never get pulled because I look like a pikey and I can carry nearly 7 tons and dont have to have a tacho, I even got a bed and cooker in the trailer so I can stay out for weeks with little or no expense. So dont believe all the crap you read about all this expensive insurance you need, 200 quid ayear 3rd party. Simples!
  • Simon said on February 7, 2010
    Couriers Australia. The question has been asked on how to set rates. As an example I have found it is good to compare against your competitors. With the internet age most couriers have online quote systems. Even better are ones that actually compare the courier rates like www.cheapcouriers.com.au I'm sure there are similar websites for each country. If not do it the hard way and pretend you are a customer. Simon
  • innocentia said on February 9, 2010
    Hi, i would like to know how i can get a courier services for my bakkie, im based in south africa, gauteng.
  • Moses said on February 9, 2010
    Hi, I'm interested in subcontract within a courier business in South Africa, Gauteng, Johanesburg area.
  • Edisson Duque said on February 10, 2010
    Hello, I want to start a courier company in Miami, FL, but I am new in this industry, please can anybody guide me about the good and the bad things in this industry? Besides that, I would like to know what kind of insurances do I need and any other permits. Please advise.
  • Liezel said on February 11, 2010
    Hi. I would like to start my own courier service. I'm new in the industry. I'm in Cape Town, South Africa. The areas i'm looking at are Durbanville, Peninsula (Century City), Rondebosch, Observatory. How do I work out my rates, Rand per km? Please can you give me tips on how to start, marketing etc? Thank you
  • Francois Benjamin said on February 17, 2010
    Hi, I recently bought a 1 tonner with high volume canopy for contract work. I am however struggling with rates to charge for parcels, boxes and etc. I tried the DHL volumetric route however I believe this model is outdated already. Could you please advise which model to charge my clients on and still maintain my competitive advantage.
  • chuka anene said on February 19, 2010
    Well, i intend starting it here in Lagos State, Nigeria. I really hope you can give me all advice needed. Sincerely, Chuka
  • Jacqueline Barnard said on February 22, 2010
    Goldfields area to Bloemfotein. I have a 2010 Fiat Strata Bakkie with a canopy and would like to start a courier service or contract work for small parcels and letters. Please advise and give me tips on how to start marketing etc. Thank you Jacky
  • Jacqueline Barnard said on February 22, 2010
    Welkom, Freesate South-africa. I Would also like to know on how to set up a business plan Thanking you Jacky
  • THOMAS MANGANYI said on February 27, 2010
    i'm thomas manganyi i'm a south african, my location is soweto and my city is johannesburg i have a toyota high ride and i like to find out on how can i put my bakkie to a sub contract with a courier company. i will be glad to get an advise from you.
  • ray said on March 3, 2010
    i want to start a courier service around pretoria east, gauteng. Can someone give me a idea or tips how to start.
  • Aaron said on March 4, 2010
    I'm a experienced Independent Contractor that's done all types of courier work. U name it I've probably moved it & (got paid) to make it happen. I'm what you'd call a 24 year old go getter & I'd be happy to share my knowledge and tell those interested the ins and outs of the business. I currently operate on the East coast of the USA.
  • Aaron said on March 4, 2010
    A lot of you are asking "How do I start a company". It's rather easy. Invest in self. By that I mean if you are serious about starting out in this business and have little knowledge of the way things work you need to invest in yourself. Search for already established companies that are in need of Independent Contractors. Things you'll need: Most important is a good attitude and the drive to keep going no matter how much drama/volume of work you are able to obtain on a day to day basis. 2nd is almost just as important: Dependable transportation. I'd recommend finding out what volume of parcels you will be delivering. Are you gonna need a cargo van to fit your daily workload in or can you get by using a smaller vehicle. Once you know what you'll be delivering you'll know what type of vehicle you need. Another tool of the trade is a up to date GPS. Most companies will be sending you to places you've never been if it's a rural country type of area you'll need to know the fastest way to get there. Every minute you're on the road is a minute away from your family/life. That's key in this business time really is money but most importantly is the time away from home. That's what puts us apart from "Truckers". We get to go home at the end of the day. If you're being sent to a big city then this is where the GPS will really pay off. Sitting in for hours will run your costs through the roof, increase your stress, and most importantly hamper the customer's product delivery time.
  • Aaron said on March 4, 2010
    Insurance: Another "Tool" you're gonna need is insurance. Most companies will have insurance on the items that they want you to deliver but you are expected to cover vehicle insurance. Depending on what you get into you're gonna need to show the company proof of insurance (Declaration). Most companies will require a standard coverage of $300,000.00 on a vehicle. It's a high amount but in this business you need to cover yourself with insurance. Now that I've explained some key details I'll let you all in on how the system really works on the financial end of things.
  • Aaron said on March 4, 2010
    As a independent contractor you'll never receive a paycheck but instead it will be called a commission check. A commission check is payment for your services of delivering a package/s for a week's worth of work. When you are paid commission you are your own boss and owner of your own company. Yay it's time to taste fruits of your labor. You're gonna need a dump truck to haul all that cash you just made. Wrong. In most cases you'll be getting a small percentage of what another company charges another company to have an item delivered. example: 1 50lb box that needs to be delivered from A to B. 1 company will order it then another company will say we'll deliver it at this rate. Normal rates will include mileage + price per pound. Once a contract is established for our 50lb box it's time to send in you. The shipping company will say we'll pay you this % of what we're charging the other company to deliver this package. Most companies will use a 50/50 system others will give you a flat rate for a route on a weekly basis. Now as earlier I said it's "easy" to start your own company. I didn't say you'd be getting rich. As an Independent Contractor you're considered your own company so it's up to you to "invest in self". Keep your vehicle moving and keep learning everything you can from doing this type of work.
  • Aaron said on March 4, 2010
    I'm sure most of the people that posted questions here want to jump ahead and receive 100% of the money from doing this type of work. If this is your goal you're gonna have to pay your dues and do sub contracted work for other companies until you learn all the ins and outs of the business. If you wanna run the entire show you need to understand logistics. A Big company will secure a contract with another company to deliver a large bulk of items to branches of the main company. Once a contract is made it's up to the delivery company to get the item moved to a hub. Once at a hub someone has to sort the bulk of items so that the items are going to the drivers who will run their route and deliver all the items. Now as I said earlier a driver is receiving a smaller % of what the delivery company is charging. If you want a bigger % you have to do a bigger part of the work load. The delivery company will have to pay the big truck drivers to move the bulk of the items, they pay people to sort the items, they pay people to track the items, they pay people to answer the phones when items are delivered, and lastly they pay you" The Independent Contracting Work Mule" as I like to call it. This entire operation takes a lot of hard work, planning, dedication, and a team of people that have the same goal. That goal is making money. It's up to you to decide what role you wanna play in this system.
  • Christian said on March 9, 2010
    I have a four years old ford van, I based in London United Kingdom. looking to get an advice on how to set up a courier company, the difference in various courier companies and what it required to set up one.
  • shafi said on March 10, 2010
    I have self named, self owned transportation, cargo service company in kerala. on this i wished to start world wide courier. so how get its license. reply me if u know anything
  • TEFELO said on March 11, 2010
    i will like to start courier company and i have toyota tazz currently, but i would like to trade in and get opel utility for my courier services. so what must i do to market myself and the risk factors as well. regards, tefelo, 0823594585, joburg, alberton
  • Daniel Ramongalo said on March 14, 2010
    I'm based in Rustenburg/Mogwase. I would like to start to be subcontracted in a well established courier. Delivering cargo around Rustenburg and Pretoria in South Africa
  • patti tague said on March 18, 2010
    I am trying to start a courier business in the Kearney, Nebr. (tri-cities) area. How do i know how much to charge. miles/time expected, etc,
  • Gazza P said on March 21, 2010
    Our courier software is ideal for startups with small budgets. visit kelticweb.com or search for 'Freightistics'. G
  • raymond said on March 22, 2010
    i am trying to start a courier business with in the city thats kampala uganda so please advise me on what kind of packages i should handle if i have little start up capital
  • KEM SOMARU said on March 28, 2010
    I would like to sub contract for well established courier companies in Durban. I have renault kango and reside in Phoenix Durban
  • Mike Hallett said on March 29, 2010
    Hi, I live in Biddeford Maine and have been looking in to starting my own courier business in my local area I have ideas on what I want to do small packages and same day deliveries my questions is 1)how much do I charge 2)do I charge by the mile or by a flat rate. 3)how do I market my areas of business 4)How do I plan marketing plan such as fliers 5) and how to sale myself for the work any info would be great thanks Mike
  • Mlungisi said on April 11, 2010
    i intend opening a shuttle service around Pretoria and have no idea on how to market to companies with bookings
  • suraj singh said on April 12, 2010
    i am a collage boy my age 21 old. i am doing BMS (Management studies). I want to start a business which is helpful to all people and profitable as well. I am a heard working boy. What study I must do which is very useful to me. What courses and training I must do. Please help me please.
  • Roger said on April 13, 2010
    Hi!i registered a courier company in 2007 but am experiencing a low income. please advice on how to get clients. i live in nairobi kenya
  • ashok kumar said on April 14, 2010
  • mark mwadama said on April 17, 2010
    Hi, i have a small capital and i want to start a courier business here in Nairobi Kenya. please advice what are the steps to follow to succeed and how i can market my business.
  • natalia garcia said on April 19, 2010
    Hi, i am trying to open an international courier company, small and large packages in Miami Florida, what is the first step i need to do? thank you.
  • Ben said on April 20, 2010
    I would like to sub contract for courier companies in Toronto, Canada. I live in Toronto, Canada. Please contact.
  • prashanth.p.a said on April 21, 2010
    Dear Pradeep, i have gone thru ur msg#117 above n u want to expand business in india. i am presently living in hyderabad state andhrapradesh/country india. my contact # 09491110868. WHAT KIND OF BUSINESS ARE U INTO PLS UPDATE UR DETAILS. HV A NICE DAY. REGDS PRASHANTH
  • Maggie Ismail said on April 21, 2010
    I have a Courier service in name only....Now, how do I get business?
  • A.Susainathan said on April 23, 2010
    Hi All, please note i got vast experience in courier industries in domestics as well as in International/logistics worked in big firm now would like to start on my own..can any one be partner with me.
  • simphiwe Mzizi said on April 24, 2010
    Hi I'm looking into subcontracting a H100 bakkie for a courier service company...Can i please have a list of genuine Companies if possible.
  • Manoj K. Saho said on April 26, 2010
  • kevin said on April 29, 2010
    what thing should be needed to start a courier office, all i've to know is detail, thank you .
  • ripon lodh said on May 1, 2010
    my business location is in kolkata, i do have my own office space and i request to you sir to give me the ideas to start a new courier business.
  • Mike Jarvis said on May 7, 2010
    I am running a sub-contract courier service with a diesel transit van. What rate should I charge for my services?
  • jann said on May 8, 2010
    i've stared a courier service but i'm looking for a free system to keep track of records. ways to have an edge over completion and any start up info i may need.
  • abigail said on May 11, 2010
    i want to start my own courier service. i got the transport and the motivation only need guidance. i'm in worcester western cape (south-africa) 6850 could u help me please
  • kevin said on May 12, 2010
    United States of America my state is Illinios my city is Chicago. Who and where do I get started subcontracting in my area?
  • Biljana said on May 15, 2010
    Hi me and my husband like to start business like a couriers from our home or for some business like to travel around Brisbane -Gold Coast. Please can we have some ideas or help about that. Thanks Biljana
  • Zuziwe said on May 16, 2010
    How much capital do I need to start a courier business? I want to subcontract,(bakkie will be mine)How do I find clients/how do I market my business?
  • Oloruntola said on May 20, 2010
    Good day, i am interested in starting a courier service that specializes only in hourly delivery of mails either directly to the recipient's addresses or to the post offices thus saving people's time and the cost of traveling down to the General Post Offices. At the moment, i reside in Lagos, Nigeria. I will appreciate a concrete advice regarding the needed tools, strategies required, and probably the cost of operation.
  • Quin said on May 20, 2010
    Durban: i would like to transport good up to around 5ton from Durban to Richards Bay as a start. were and how do i locate customers for contract work
  • fedesco said on May 20, 2010
    Hi: I been looking to start my own Motorcycle courier business in the Tampa bay area, i want to deliver small packages and envelopes the same day; how much do I charge? do I charge by the mile or by a flat rate? how do I market my areas of business? How do i marketing such as fliers, business cards, etc? is there a license? or what is a good way to approach potential clients? .. any comments will be greatly appreciated.
  • Christian said on May 26, 2010
    Hi, I have a small capital and I want to start a courier business here in Ecuador. Please advice what are the steps to follow to succeed and how i can market my business thank you, Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • Luv said on May 28, 2010
    I am a Courier Consolidator based in MUMBAI. We are very strong in UK USA & DXB. Kindly contact if you want to start load through BOM
  • mani said on May 28, 2010
    hi.... i have planned to start a courier business in chennai can u give details abt how i can become an agent and to whom i should contact for further details
  • Ezekiel Mokone said on June 7, 2010
    Hi. I have a KIA 1,3 Tone bakkie. I have planned to start a courier business, but I don't know how to go about .Please advice me as how and who to contact
  • Sthembile said on June 7, 2010
    Hi, i have a vw panel van and i would like to subcontract with one of the courier companies. Johannesburg.
  • sandip vernekar said on June 11, 2010
    I am interested in setting up courier business specially a tie up with reputed company. my location is in Goa at panaji (INDIA)
  • leon haughton said on June 11, 2010
    cardiff, wales, uk. I want to start same day courier and delivery.
  • Mohsin Patel said on June 11, 2010
    I am interested in looking for some companies in uk, who will be happy to collaborate with us to send parcel to all over the world, and we are special to send parcel to INDIA, lowest cost and with guarantee. For further inquiry and guidance, please feel free to contact me.
  • rosie said on June 14, 2010
    what type of insurance do i need to start up a private airport courier business. how do i cover myself if there is a accident. what other things do i need to know. tax etc
  • Toto said on June 17, 2010
    Hi. I would like to start a courier business, can you please give me info as to how to charge for services. I'm in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Kind Regards
  • rajpal rajpal said on June 17, 2010
    i want to start own courier service i need basic information how i start and what requirement i need to get license
  • PANKAJ SHUKLA said on June 20, 2010
    hi, sir i m PANKAJ SHUKLA sir i want to start own courier franchise. in PUNE city sir i need basic information how to start my company . plz help me how to find the company easily.
  • Toa Mafi said on June 21, 2010
    i want to start own courier service i need basic information how i start and what requirement i need to get license, i still have a 9yr in primary and needs my time as I am a full-time working mother at the moment, thank you. Toa
  • Michael said on June 23, 2010
    Hi, I have already started a courier company and need to subcontract with other big company in the industry, how can I achieve this? South Africa, Gauteng, JHB
  • Patrick Mbala said on June 23, 2010
    I would like to start a courier services within my area with just a few clients, what is the best way to do this.
  • Essy Savvas said on June 28, 2010
    I've recently started a courier business, transporting almost anything, all is going well and picking up clients, at this moment I'm charging per parcel a random figure, but what are the best ways to work out costs, is it by kg's? What sort of scale will I need? Thanx
  • Donald aphane said on June 30, 2010
    Am based around limpopo near polokwane and i want to start a courier business whereby i'll be doing pickups and delivery but the thing am not financially okay how can you help me i really love this industry...pls Regards M.D Aphane
  • Charity samuriwo said on July 4, 2010
    Hi I really would like to start a courier business in qld Australia. I do not know where to start so would like as much information as possible. I have capital and that's about it! Thank you
  • Chris said on July 5, 2010
    I see a lot of people on here looking for answers, but I don't see many questions being answered. I used to work for a courier company a while back. I am looking at starting my own now just like everyone else on here. If you want a fairly easy to understand guide to starting your own courier business, check out this website. At the end of the website, there is a link for FREE software for a courier service owner. You can use it to keep track of your customers, when the delivery was completed, what you charged them, and more. I would look at UPS, Fed Ex, and USPS costs, and see what they factor in to the pricing equation. Also, call several courier companies in your area and check their pricing. Act like you are a customer who needs pricing. Hope this helps everyone.
    P.S.- Average price charged by courier companies is $.50 per mile. Good Luck.
  • Mike Dinkins said on July 7, 2010
    I live in a medium sized town in Georgia and I would like some info on how to start a courier business. This would be a one person operation. I would like to know how to get customers and prices that I should charge.
  • louisa said on July 8, 2010
    hi, i need ideas on how to set up a courier agency in Victoria Falls - Zimbabwe. in this town there is already one other agency. i would appreciate ideas on marketing, creating a strong clientele base, how and where to setup office, type of office etc! Thank you
  • Meshack said on July 8, 2010
    Hi, i'm a long distance truck driver for 17 years now i want to start my own courier business delivering small parcels up to 8 tons. I live in Benoni Gauteng please advise me on how to get courier license, permit and how to do marketing for my business. Thank you Meshack Mnguni
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  • Glen beginner adviser said on July 12, 2010
    Hi, there every one, First and foremost i agree with Chris that there are no answers and only any queries regarding the start up for a courier company. You guys must understand that while each county has its own rules and regulations the basic idea of a courier is express safe delivery of the parcels of those customers who not only trust you but also pay you to handle their consignments, urgency & convenience would be the standing out reasons, so there fore please get into this business only if you have the above honesty and commitment towards the above. To start up depends on the kind of business you want to get into, is it local area pick up and deliveries? Or you want to handle larger areas within your cities maybe even interstate country wide last and best international. If you guys need some information on the same I will be too happy to share my knowledge and help out in any manner I can as it will be very difficult to cover every bodies requirements on one mail. You may please feel free to contact me at uconexp@rediffmail.com
    P.S. I happen to have around 15 years experience in courier cargo and logistics in New Delhi India

    Courier Business Consultant


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