Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, usually known for delivering alongside retailers such as Next, John Lewis and ASOS, has reached out to the big-five UK supermarket chains to offer support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has increased the number of lockers available for its customers to use to return or send items as part of its drive for contactless delivery and to support social distancing.
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist has announced it is to make a £1 million pound fund available for its self- employed couriers, to help support them if they need to self-isolate as a result of the coronavirus. It follows concerns
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, is to build a state-of-the-art automated parcel distribution hub located in Barnsley, near Sheffield.
Consumer delivery specialist Hermes has announced a seven-figure brand refresh project at over 200 of its ParcelShops throughout the UK to increase its high street presence and attract more customers wanting a convenient way to post parcels and return unwanted items.
Hermes, the UK’s leading consumer delivery specialist, has announced the last recommended posting days to ensure presents are delivered in time for Christmas 2019.
Hermes, the UK’s leading consumer delivery specialist, has ensured every one of its employees now has access to a personalised email address so it can better connect them to business news, information, their benefits and rewards, and the latest
One of the UK’s largest parcel delivery firms, Hermes UK, has taken a major step towards achieving its digital transformation goal by implementing mobile barcode scanning and augmented reality (AR) technology from Scandit, the mobile computer vision experts.
Hermes UK, the leading consumer delivery specialist, has become the first carrier to provide home, shop and locker services for sending, collecting and returning items. It follows a partnership agreement with InPost which will see Hermes include InPost lockers into
Hermes’ self-employed couriers now have the option to take holiday pay and have guaranteed earnings following a ground-breaking deal between the leading consumer delivery company and the GMB.
Hermes UK, the consumer delivery specialist, has launched a Degree Apprentice Programme which enables students to earn while they learn, get a degree and leave college with virtually no debt. In addition, they are guaranteed a job with the company
Hermes, the UK’s leading consumer delivery specialist, has re-liveried its fleet of vehicles for the first time since 2010, with a new strapline “The Parcel People’ and a design to reflect the company’s C2C focus. Phase one of the implementation
Hermes Investment Management, the £30.1bn manager, has signed Yankee Candle and Cath Kidston to its Royal Victoria Place shopping centre (RVP) in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. These new lettings further strengthen the retail line up at the 300,000sq ft RVP
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has been awarded a four-year contract extension to continue providing online delivery services to Kingstown Associates, one of the UK’s leading mail order companies. The new agreement builds on the success of a long-standing partnership
In a move designed to continue to offer its customers unrivalled levels of choice and convenience, Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has expanded the number of myHermes ParcelShop locations nationwide through a new partnership with Doddle, the UK network of
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has launched a partnership with an innovative order and shipping management platform to provide added convenience and choice for SME retailers and Internet power sellers. The delivery firm has teamed-up with Zenstores so its business
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has teamed up with the Co-operative Food to offer its ParcelShop click and collect services at over 450 of the retailer’s outlets nationwide. The agreement focuses on providing added choice and convenience to online shoppers
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has launched a new and convenient service that provides online shoppers with an Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) for Next Day and standard delivery purchases as well as returns. The ETA service will allow Hermes
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has confirmed it is to build a state-of-the-art automated parcel distribution hub located in Rugby, Warwickshire. The £31m development will be the largest single investment ever made by Hermes and illustrates the company’s ongoing commitment
Leading provider of mobile workforce management solutions Cognito iQ has been selected by Hermes, the delivery specialist, to implement its strategic service platform Cognito iQ Mobile across Hermes’ UK business. The 20,000-licences deal, one of the largest electronic proof of
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has invested £18m in state-of-the-art handheld scanners in what represents one of the largest mobile implementation projects in Europe. The company will equip its local courier network and myHermes ParcelShops with more than 20,000 innovative
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has confirmed that it enjoyed its busiest and most efficient peak season to date. Throughout December the delivery firm processed 30.3 million parcels, representing a 24% increase on the previous year.
The record-breaking peak season followed
Only 6% of UK consumers will not be taking advantage of reduced prices during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend, according to new research from the consumer delivery specialist Hermes. This is in stark contrast to twelve months ago when 43%
Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has secured a two-year contract extension to continue providing online delivery services to Clarks, the international shoe manufacturer and retailer. Hermes has distributed approximately three million parcels for Clarks since winning the contract in 2012.
Online retailers and delivery companies are being praised for their customer service which has been rated considerably higher than those provided by utility companies, mobile phone suppliers and local authorities. This is one of the key findings of the fifth