October 02, 2012
A-1 Express Delivery Service, a leading provider in national same-day delivery courier services and courier management solutions, begins initiative to promote a multi-stop service route program for corporations in an effort to expand their current large client base. This is strategically designed to generate higher interest in courier usage by businesses with office locations and/or customers throughout the US. The company goal is to become the premier choice for same-day small package delivery, on-demand transportation, and scheduled delivery services.
Many large corporations have daily internal and external services between offices, such as payroll, deposits, packages, and mail deliveries. The program involves logistical analysis of locations and time perimeters required by the client. This is supported by utilizing route optimization systems to map out all delivery efficiencies. “A multi-stop route service offers the most cost-effective method of office-to-office deliveries,” states Mark McCurry, A1Express President. A-1 Express will pick up and deliver within a 30 mile radius to all client locations, whether to collect for one single delivery such as mail to the Postal Service, customer deposits to a client’s bank, or pick up at a single client location and distribute packages to all the locations involved.
The national giant expects to expose the wide range of courier route solutions that they offer, presenting the courier industry as a professional, viable option for multi-stop services in new markets. For companies with multiple locations, it is vital to provide a quality internal and external customer experience. Courier handling of these daily functions for companies enhances operational efficiencies on various levels and enables focus on their end customers.
A-1 Express Delivery Service, Inc. Same Day Courier">same-day courier and distribution services across the country. From headquarters in midtown Atlanta, A-1Express Delivery Service, Inc. manages the same-day transportation, distribution and logistics for a rapidly expanding list of Fortune 500 companies.
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