We’re delighted to announce to that Apple have finally approved the changes and fixes to the iPhone version of the Courier Exchange Mobile App. They have a very rigorous approval process, so this is no mean task! This means that our members can now use the very latest version of the app on Android smartphones and the iphone.
Now works on iOS7 – this fixes the freezing bug and ability to add journeys
Renders correctly for Retina displays
My Booking – this feature displays your most recent booking and allows you to update this booking with the following statuses:
On Site (Pickup)
Loaded – you can enter number of items, weight, reference, ETA and notes (all optional)
On Site (Delivery)
Delivered / POD
Stop ‘Tracked Notifications’ if you change your availability status to ‘UNAVAILABLE’
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Well, it appears I may have to eat a small serving of my words this week. Why am I embarrassed, you might ask? Well, if you were paying attention you'll know that last week I published a post about how I was glad owner driver jobs were becoming more popular in order to offer some healthy competition to Royal Mail. I was saying I think it's a lesson for the Post Office not to get smug and to actually update their prices.Read the full article
Haulage Exchange was proud to present the 2014 Motor Transport Award for Innovation to Carrier Transicold and Sainsbury’s at the awards event in London on Wednesday, July 2nd.Read the full article
That's right, it's your boy Steve, flying solo once again!
I know, I know – I've been imposing on Aunt Gertie a little too much lately. I'll be the first to admit it. It's hardly my fault, though. There's been so much to discuss lately on the technical side, only someone who actually works in the field could talk about it properly.Read the full article
I hope you're having an excellent start to your summer and enjoying the balmy weather. After all those months of winter, we deserve it!
Just because it's warm, though, it does not mean you should drop your professional standards. A courier should be just as diligent in summer as they are in winter, and whatever rules they observe then, they should observe year round – particularly when it comes to road safety.Read the full article
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