Do You Need a Courier Service Business Plan?

Courier Service Business Plan

Courier Service Business Plan

Although business experts say a business plan is required for starting a new business, it’s not always true. For every business that fails because of poor planning, another fails because of too much planning. As the great Michael Jordan said, “Just do it!” Here’s how to jump-start your new courier business.:

The secret of a successful courier service business is providing services not available from the bigger firms like Fedex and UPS, such as local, same-day service, or finding a profitable niche, like medical specimen deliveries. What delivery services should you offer? A business plan can’t tell you that, but your customers can. Instead of wasting your time and energy coming up with an elaborate business plan, just get started. Have one of the many web-based printers (just search “printed notepads” to find them) print notepads to hand out to prospective customers in your area. One marketing tip is to offer new customers a gift certificate for one free pickup/delivery. This let’s them test your service at no cost, and makes them much more likely to call you the next time they need a same-day delivery.

You’ll quickly learn who will be your best customers, as they now have your contact information and will call you when they need packages or documents delivered locally the same day. This takes care of the biggest problem a startup business has – cash flow. Once the money is coming in from deliveries, you can prospect for more businesses in your area that are similar to the customers you now have.

 

Regardless of how much planning you do, it’s only a hunch – an educated guess about how well your business will do. The danger is, by spending too much time on planning, you’ll have less time and energy to try new marketing ideas to find paying customers. The secret is to test your ideas as quickly and cheaply as possible, then improve and refine them. Handing out notepads with your contact information and a catchy slogan is a great way to do that.

Here’s another “quick & cheap” way to do a simple business plan for your new courier service business. If you plan to borrow startup money from friends or relatives – the most common source of funding for new businesses – do an “executive summary” business plan to show them that you’ve done your homework. It should cover the business plan basics, with an overview of the business, a market analysis with a look at the competition, and an estimate of your first year’s sales. It assumes that you will not have employees to start, or buying or leasing property and equipment. Here’s a sample :

ROADRUNNER COURIER SERVICE – BUSINESS PLAN

Business Overview: Roadrunner Courier Service is a new courier service based in Bend, Oregon, specializing in local, same-day deliveries. Roadrunner can transport documents and parcels to customers within a 40 mile radius of town. Our customers are medical professionals, attorneys and local businesses who need reliable, same-day services not offered by the larger service providers, such as Fedex and UPS.

Market Analysis: The demand for reliable, cost-effective delivery services has been growing in the area for several years as the town’s population continues to grow. In addition to a growing population, there are more customers who require faster service, ranging from “stat” medical specimen deliveries to time-sensitive legal documents to “just-in-time” parts deliveries to local manufacturers. There is only one other local courier service in the area, and we believe there is ample room, due to our growing local economy, for another reliable courier service.

Marketing Strategy: The marketing strategy of Roadrunner Courier Service is to provide dependable and exceptional delivery services to businesses and professionals who have a regular need for pickup and delivery services. This will insure that Roadrunner will have a regular, steady income from repeat customers. The second part of our marketing strategy will be to gain customers who need courier services occasionally, such as last-minute parts and supplies delivered to a contractor’s job site, plans deliveries for architects and engineers and documents and materials for local government agencies.

First Year Goal: Based on the size of the local delivery market and the fact that Roadrunner will be a one person business, our sales projection for the first year is $40,000. We plan to build our customer base through direct contact with prospective customers and word-of-mouth referrals from happy customers to continue to grow our sales, focusing on the most profitable types of deliveries.

There is a free resource available to start-up companies, including courier and delivery businesses. SCORE is a government program that taps the experience and brainpower of retired business owners to help new owners get off to a successful start. If you find you need a comprehensive business plan to get funding for your new courier business, SCORE can help you with that as well. To find the nearest office, visit: score.org

If you are planning to start a courier service, you can probably skip preparing a courier business plan unless you plan to borrow money. Informal sources of funds will likely be happy to see a simple one-page plan that demonstrates you’ve give some thought to the best way to build your business.  To learn more about how to start a courier service, read HOW TO START A COURIER BUSINESS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions About Starting a Courier Service

WAiting For The Courier

Waiting for the Courier

You’d like to learn more about starting your own courier service business. You have a few questions too. Here are the top 10 frequently asked questions about the courier business:

1. What is a courier?

A courier transports packages or other items across town, quickly and effectively. They provide a service similar to UPS or FedEx, but are set up to do a better job locally and for last-minute deliveries.

2. How much can you make?

The amount you can make as a courier varies based on where you live in the country. Those in big cities make the most, while couriers in smaller towns and rural areas make less. The national average is about $36 an hour.

3. Do you need formal training?

No. There is no formal training or classes required. There is no certification required either.

4. What supplies do you need?

You have to have a reliable vehicle. You also need a computer and cell phone as a way to get jobs and keep track of business records. It also helps to have a day planner or other scheduling device, GPS unit, hand truck for hauling heavy loads and moving blankets for fragile items.

5. What type of vehicle do you need?

You just need something reliable. It doesn’t have to be a big van. You need something that won’t break down, and can carry whatever it is you’re asked to transport. In most cases, your car, mini-van or pickup truck will work just fine.

6. What hours do you have to work?

You don’t have to work any set hours. You can work as little or as much as you’d like. Delivering packages can be part-time, full time, or just a way to make extra money. You decide.

7. When will I get the most business?

You will get the most business if you can offer service between normal working hours, such as 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. But you could still get good work if you can work later or even earlier than that. Weekends are also be a time to get a good amount of work.

8. Do you have to have a lot of money to start a courier  service?

If you have a reliable vehicle, then you won’t need to have a lot of money to get started. Chances are you probably have a cell phone and computer too, so after this you’ll just need to pay for insurance, licensing fees and the optional supplies that could help your business run smoothly, such as a GPS unit or a day planner. Over all, you won’t need a lot of money to start a courier business.

9. Are there free ways to promote your business?

Yes, of course. Write a press release and send it to your local newspaper. Advertise on Craigslist.org or Backpage.com. Make a web site or blog. And finally, just get out there and talk to people about your business. Networking is still the best way to build a courier business, and it doesn’t cost a penny!

10. Who uses a courier service?

Banks, architects, lawyers, medical professionals, shop owners, property managers and more. It’s a long list. There is a lot of work available.

Hopefully the answers to these FAQs will help you start a courier service of your own. To learn all about the courier business, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Top 5 Ways to Profit Starting a Courier Service

5 Ways to Profit Starting a Courier Service

5 Ways to Profit Starting a Courier Service

Like all businesses, making a profit is one of the top priorities. You certainly want a healthy profit for your courier service business. So how can you do that? Here are five ways:
1. Do great work

It sounds obvious, but it can be the very thing that can hold you back from a big profit. Do really great work. Go the extra mile and then keep on going. This attitude will propel you to the top of the courier-service world. You want your service to be the best one in town, the one everyone calls when they want a trusted business to get that package or other item safely and quickly across town. Work hard and that can be true.
2. Press release

Writing a press release is a completely free and very profitable way to get business. In the press release talk about what makes your business special. Mention what services you offer. Next, send the press release to your local newspaper. You might have to make a follow-up call, but you could soon have an article written about you and your business. An article about your business is not only great press, but newspapers are still looked upon as one of the most trustworthy sources of news and information, so a positive article from a reputable newspaper is a glowing recommendation for your service.
3. Custom notepads

Custom notepads are a fun and fairly inexpensive way to get business. Hand them out to existing and potential customers. People need notepads for a variety of things: writing to-do lists, making a grocery list, remembering a phone number, jotting down thoughts and ideas and more. Each time someone uses your notepad, they’ll be reminded of your business. Be sure to put your business’s name and contact information at the top of each page. Soon enough you’ll get calls and big profits coming your way.
4. Rush and stat service

Offering quick service will easily bring you a lot of business. “Rush” service is when you are asked to pick up and deliver the items within two hours of the call. “Stat” service is pickup and drop-off in an hour from the time of the call. If you can offer these services, you’ll get a lot of customers, especially from the medical community who often needs medical specimens transported quickly and safely.
5. Senior errands

As seniors continue to age, many become homebound and unable to complete errands. Still, they need groceries, medicine picked up from the pharmacy, dry cleaning and a variety of other errands done for them. If you offer this special niche, you open yourself up to a lot of business. Many seniors live in communities with other seniors and love telling their friends about a great service. Do a great job running errands for a senior, and you could see a lot of work head your way.
There are many ways to profit with a courier service business. Offer rush and stat service, run errands for seniors, write a press release, pass out custom notepads, and above all, do great work. Soon enough you’ll see the type of profits you’d like. To learn more ways, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Seven Ways to Profit When You Start a Courier Service

Seven Ways to Profit With a Courier Service

You’d like to see some big profits coming in for your courier service. You’ve heard the national average is $36 an hour, so you’d like to make something like that. You can too. Here are seven ways you can make it happen for you.

1. Press release

Writing a press release is an excellent way to get attention for your courier service business. Plus, if you do it yourself, it’s completely free. In the press release, mention what makes your business great, what makes your courier service the one to call. Send it to your local newspaper, and there’s a good chance they’ll want to do a story about you and your business. It’s free publicity for you, and potential customers will be more likely to give you a call if they see a great article written about your business.

2. Custom notepads

Handing out custom notepads is a great way to advertise your business. On the notepad, be sure it has your courier business’s name and contact information. Everyone needs notepads, whether it’s to write down a grocery list, to-do list, a phone number or random note or thought. After awhile your company name will become ingrained in their memory, and they’ll be likely to call you when they need a package transported across town.

3. Do great work

Doing great work sounds obvious, but it’s something you should really strive for. Always go the extra mile and then keep going! If your customers are “wowed” by your service, then they’ll be likely to keep calling you and referring you to their friends or associates. If you can get a great reputation around town, everyone will be calling you.

4. Rush/Stat jobs

Offering a “rush” or “stat” service can greatly improve your business. “Rush” jobs are ones where you pick up the item and deliver it within two hours. “Stat” jobs are pickup and delivery within an hour. Courier services are often called on when businesses or companies need something done very quickly, so if you can offer this service, you can look forward to a lot of work.

5. Senior errands

As seniors get older, many become homebound and unable to run errands themselves. Still, they need groceries, medicine picked up from the pharmacy, dry cleaning and more. Consider offering a senior errand service in addition to your courier business. Do a good job and you could see a lot of work, as seniors love to refer good services to their friends. To learn more about this profitable niche business, visit seniorservicebusiness.com

6. Professionalism

There are many ways to increase the professionalism of your courier business. First of all, dress for success. Wear a polo shirt with your business’s name on it. Consider wearing a cap with your business’s name too. Always smile and act professional. Be on time, deliver items in perfect condition and be friendly. You’ll see people respect your business a whole lot if you can deliver things in a professional manner.

7. Learn from complaints

You will get complaints from time to time. Don’t panic. Don’t start an argument with a customer. Instead, try to fix the problem. Say you’re sorry. Try to learn what you can do better in the future. If you’re able to fix the problem, or at least make a good effort in doing so, you’ll most likely make the previously frustrated customer happy. If they see you worked hard to solve the issue, they’ll be likely to give you a second chance.

There are many ways to profit with a courier service. Learn from mistakes, try out smart advertising, act professional, offer quick pickup and delivery in addition to other services and above all, do a great job. You’ll see the business continue to roll in. To learn more, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Secrets of Successful Couriers

Secrets of Successful Couriers

You’d like to have the best courier service business in your area. You know being the best could lead to big profits and a successful business. But what are the things that could make you successful? Put you at the top of the courier business world? Here are some secrets that should help you:

1. Custom notepads

A lot of people underestimate the value of custom notepads. They’re fairly inexpensive and are a continuous advertisement for your business. Hand out the notepads to prospective and existing customers and watch the business continue to roll in. On the notepads, be sure to have your courier business’s name and contact information. People use notepads for everything: jotting down random thoughts and notes, making to-do lists and grocery lists, reminders to themselves and more. Every time they grab their notepad they’ll immediately see your business’s name, so when that time comes up that they need a courier service, they’ll be sure to call you. It can’t get much easier than that!

2. Dress for success

As a courier, you want to project professionalism. One of the easiest ways to project professionalism is to dress professionally. Wear a polo shirt with your business’s name on it. You could also wear a cap with your business’s name as well. Look good, and you’ll do good work too. Also, always be friendly. Don’t forget to smile. Treat customers like friends. If you can build good relationships with your customers, they’ll keep calling you for their courier needs.

3. Learn from mistakes

No one wants to mess up, but use it as an opportunity to learn. It’s your chance to learn what the problems in your business are, and just how you can improve them. Encourage your customers to give you their honest opinions of how you’re doing. If they have a complaint, don’t get defensive or start an argument. First, say you’re sorry, and then work towards finding a solution to the problem. If you’re able to fix the problem or the customer sees you’re making a great effort to do so, they’ll be more likely to give you a second chance.

4. Have the right tools

There aren’t a lot of items required to be a successful courier, but there are a few that can really put you ahead. First of all, you need a reliable vehicle. The key word is “reliable.” If your car breaks down a lot, then it just won’t work. It also helps to have a GPS unit that can quickly direct you to where you need to go. It’s simply safer and easier to use than a map. Also, it’s not a bad idea to have a hand truck in your car, something that can carry up to 300 pounds. You might have to transport a heavy load, and this will greatly help. And don’t forget about moving blankets, something to help protect a fragile item. Finally, you need a day planner or other way to keep track of your schedule and customers. An organized courier is a successful courier.

These are just some of the secrets of successful couriers. You could be on top of the courier world if you learn from your mistakes, get creative with advertising, have the right tools and dress for success. So when you start a courier service, use these tips to give yourself a head start. To learn more secrets, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Recession? Not For Courier Service Business

Start Your Own Courier Service

These tough economic times have hurt everyone. More and more people are having to cut back and watch where their money goes. Some are losing their jobs. Many businesses are suffering too. On the other hand, courier service businesses aren’t being hurt by the recession. They’re continuing to get good, high-paying work, and due to the recession, in some cases they’re getting more than ever. Here’s why:

Couriers provide an important service for any community. They help keep businesses and other companies running smoothly. They make sure packages and other items get to where they need to be in good condition and on time. It’s in a company’s best interest to get things delivered in the best way possible, and couriers can provide that service.

In a recession, businesses are evaluating how they do things, and how they can keep profits coming in. Especially in rough times, they know how valuable great service is, and that’s why they’re willing to pay top dollar for a good courier. Also, due to the rough economy, many businesses have had to make cutbacks. In particular, many companies aren’t using in-house deliverers and are out-sourcing work to . . . you guessed it, couriers. It keeps their costs down, and for you, it means more work.

So what does a courier do exactly? Many of us run errands every week. We drive around town in our cars, pick up items and drop off items. It’s simply a part of life. Well, couriers do those same things, but in this case they make good money doing it. It’s a fairly easy job too. There is no formal training or certifications required. But you probably have to buy a fancy truck or van, right? No, not at all. You’ll need a reliable vehicle, but it doesn’t have to be a semi-truck to do the job. You’ll also need a cell phone and computer, as this is how you’ll get most of your business and keep track of invoices and other courier service business record keeping. Chances are you probably have these items already. If so, you’re ready to go—but there are a couple other things you’ll need to have. Are you motivated, hard working and good with people? Do you enjoy making good money and being your own boss? You do? Great! You’ll be on your way before you know it.

And what kind of money could you make? Pay varies based on where you live, but the current national average is $36 an hour. That’s right, an hour. Work an eight-hour day, and you’ve just made $288.

The rough economic times are hurting everyone, but they don’t have to hurt your courier service business. Companies want to keep deliveries moving fast, and many are out-sourcing more work, so couriers are busier than ever. It’s simply a recession-proof business. To learn more, read: How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

5 Questions To Ask Before Starting a Courier Service

5 Questions to Ask

You’ve been thinking about starting your own courier service business. Still, you have some questions, and you want answers to before you start. So what are some questions you must ask before starting a courier service business? Here are the top five:

1. Am I motivated?

Like any business you start yourself, you need to have a lot of motivation to be a success. If you’re not ready to work hard and deal with people, then maybe a courier service business isn’t the right fit for you. While not generally a physically difficult job, couriering is a fast-paced world where the quicker you can work, the more work you can do. You can be a success in no time, but you need to be determined to do so.

2. Can I provide “stat” or “rush” service?

“Rush” service is picking up an item and delivering it within two hours. “Stat” service is picking up an item and delivering it within an hour. If you can provide these speedy services, you’ll see a lot of work coming your way, especially from medical professionals. Companies and businesses want deliveries completed quickly and effectively. If you can provide that, you’ll go far.

3. Do I have a reliable vehicle?

You must have a reliable vehicle. You don’t have to have a semi-truck or a huge van to be a success, but you need something that can transport your deliveries on time and be dependable. If your car breaks down a lot, then you don’t have a reliable vehicle. Customers are counting on you, and you need to be able to meet those demands.

4. How could I promote my new business?

Simply starting a business won’t get you customers. You have to let people know about your business. There are many ways to advertise, such as business cards, newspaper ads and magnetic signs you place on the side of your vehicle. Or maybe you’d prefer free ways, such as Craigslist, a website or blog and writing a press release. Think about how you want to promote your business. If you can work hard to promote, you’ll see a lot of business coming your way.

5. What supplies do I need?

You’ll need a reliable vehicle, a cell phone and a computer. The cell phone and computer are how you get business and keep track of finances and records. In addition to these items, there are some others you’ll want to consider, including a day planner or other scheduling device, a GPS unit for finding your pickup and drop-off sites, a hand truck for carrying heavy loads and moving blankets for fragile items. While you don’t have to have these additional items, they will greatly improve your business.

These are some of the questions you must ask before starting a courier service business. Think about the questions and find the answers that work for you. Soon enough you could be on your way to becoming an all-star courier with your courier service business. To learn more, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Need For Speedy Deliveries Creates Business Opportunity

Speedy Delivery

In our fast-paced word, packages and other items need to get to where they need to go quickly and in perfect condition. It’s simply an important need for any business or company. So who can supply this? Couriers. For anyone looking to start their own courier service business, this need for speedy deliveries has created a great business opportunity that can lead to big profits and the benefits from owning your own business.

Couriers provide a similar service to UPS and FedEx, but couriers are simply better suited for last-minute jobs and speedy deliveries on a local level. They have the flexibility that a larger company like UPS or FedEx simply doesn’t have.

So what kind of things do couriers do? Many of us run errands every single week. We’re often in our cars, driving around town, picking up things and dropping things off. That’s basically what a courier does. But one big difference—a courier gets paid good money to do it. Couriers simply help keep businesses and other companies running smoothly. They get packages and other items where they need to be, quickly and in perfect condition.

So who would use a courier service? Banks, architects, lawyers, caterers, gift shops, flower businesses and more. There is simply a long list. It’s a much-needed service for any community, and one that most people will use several times, if not on a regular basis.

A courier that can make speedy, often last-minute, deliveries will be at the top of their game. As a courier you could be asked to deliver a wide variety of items. That fragile vase of flowers that needs to get to Mrs. Jenson in an hour. That important legal document that needs to be signed and returned by 5:00 p.m. If you’re prepared and can provide great service, you’ll be an all-star courier in your community.

Oh, and did we mention you can make great money? The amount you can make varies on where you live. Those on the East and West coasts typically make more money than those in the South, Midwest, or in a rural area. Still, you can make good money if you live in those areas as well. So how much? The current national average is $36 an hour. Work an eight-hour day, and you’ve just made $288.

Best of all, there is no formal training or certifications required. You don’t need to buy a 8-DVD box set to learn how to be an excellent courier. If you’re good with people and are ready to work hard and do good work, then you’re ready to become the owner of your own courier service.

Packages and other items often need to get some place quickly. While UPS and FedEx could do a great job, they often can’t work fast enough, especially when it comes to local deliveries. That’s where a courier service can come in and do great work. Starting your own courier service business is your chance to be your own boss, make good money, all while helping businesses and other companies continue to run smoothly. To learn more, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Is a Courier Service The Perfect Retirement Business?

A Courier Service - Perfect for Retirees?

Many retirees enjoy the freedom of retirement, the control over their own schedule and life. But some would like to still make some money. But then again, they want something that’s flexible, and something where maybe they could be their own boss. And they’d also like to make good money too. Is there such a career? There is. A courier service. Simply put, it’s the perfect retirement business.

Couriers perform a much-needed service for any community. They keep businesses and other companies running smoothly. So what does a courier do? A courier gets packages and other items from one place to another. Those flowers that need to be delivered to Mrs. Vitt. That legal document that needs to be signed and returned quickly. A courier makes those things happen. It’s an important service that everyone will need to use several times, if not on a regular basis. Many of us run errands everyday. We’re often in our cars, driving around town, picking up and dropping off items. That’s more or less what a courier does, but in a courier’s case, they get paid to do it. Good money too.

So how much money can you make when you start a courier service? The current national average is $36 an hour. So, say you only want to work eight hours a week. How much money could you make? $288. 15 hours a week? $540.

And did you know that as a courier you have total control over your schedule. You can work as little or as much as you’d like. Maybe you want to take Fridays off to play golf or catch up on reading. Maybe you prefer to only work in the morning. Great! Work when you want. You’ll certainly have the most luck if you can work between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., but really, it’s up to you. You’re the boss. You’re in charge.

Being a courier is perfect for someone that is determined, hardworking and great with people. Satisfied customers will call you time and time again to get their packages to where they need to be, on time and in perfect condition. You could be the all-star courier in your town before you know it.

Your new courier service business is your chance to enjoy your retirement, while still making some extra money. Put in as many hours as you want, and enjoy the benefits and freedom that come from owning your own courier business. Simply put, it’s the perfect retirement business. To learn more, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Interview With Courier Expert Pat McGuffy

Courier Questions

Starting your own courier service isn’t too difficult. Still, to be on top you have to be hard working and ready to give great service. Pat McGuffy has been making a great living as a courier for several years. He was kind of enough to share some of his tips and secrets that led to his success.

Question: What made you want to become a courier?

Pat: It was a lot of things. I had been working in insurance for years, but frankly I was just getting bored with that. I woke up everyday, very unhappy to be going into work. I wanted something where I could be the boss and make good money. Life’s too short to be unhappy at your work, you know? Then I heard about couriering. It sounded like something I could do. After all, everyone has to drive around town, picking up and dropping off things, probably on a regular basis. I thought I could turn that into a career.

Question: Did you dive right in or were you unsure at first?

Pat: I’ll admit I was a little scared at first. Could I really make enough money doing this? But I knew I just had to try. So I decided to work really hard. I put a lot of effort into building a successful business. I used to be a pretty shy person, but I knew if I was going to make it with my own business, I needed to talk to people, to get the word out. It’s amazing now to look back at it all, because now I have several friends that I met through couriering. Hard work led me here.

Question: Did you make a lot of mistakes along the way?

Pat: Oh sure, definitely! I still make mistakes. Obviously I try not to, but it does happen. If I could give any advice, I’d say you really have to learn from your mistakes. People say that and then they make a mistake and they just ignore it. That’s not learning. Actually look at the problem and come up with a solution that makes your customers and yourself happy. That’s my advice.

Question: What have been the best parts of your job?

Pat: A lot of things. It is hard work, but it’s just rewarding. I like the fact I’m not stuck behind a desk all day. I drive around in my car, listening to music and helping to keep businesses running smoothly. I can set my own hours. Plus the money’s been nice. When I started I wasn’t sure if it was really possible to make a good living at this, but it really is.

Question: Any advice for people considering starting their own courier service?

Pat: Yeah. If you’re tired of the 9 to 5 rat race, then you should really give it a try. It doesn’t cost a lot of money to get started either. Like all businesses, hard work is the key. You won’t have to work insane hours to get there, but you can be a success if you just keep working hard and learning from your mistakes.

Pat McGuffy has turned his desire to avoid a desk job into a successful career that’s still going strong. If you work hard and learn from your mistakes, you too can be a success. To learn more, read How to Start a Courier Business.

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail