When you have a package that needs to get from one place to another, you have a lot of delivery options. One of those many options is a courier service. While this is a service that most people are aware of, they often don’t completely understand how they work. If you have questions about courier services, you’re in luck! We are the experts here at Fleet Couriers. We’ve answered frequently asked questions about courier services before, but there are more topics to cover.
Here are some more courier services FAQs.
How are courier services different from other delivery options?
There are many ways couriers differ from standard delivery services. But the best way to describe them all is personalized service. Often courier companies, including Fleet Couriers, are available 24/7/365. So you can have your parcels delivered at any time, even on weekends and holidays. And you’ll always get a live voice on the phone, so you don’t have to leave a message and hope someone gets back to you in time.
How fast is a courier service?
Very fast! Same-day delivery is the name of the game here at Fleet Couriers. Other delivery options are locked in to certain delivery routes and can’t always accommodate rush delivery requirements. A courier service is set up to be flexible and meet time-sensitive delivery needs. Some courier services will claim to have same-day delivery but don’t have the fleet to pull it off. You don’t have to worry about that with us. We have the vehicles to set regular delivery routes and fulfill same-day deliveries within Massachusetts and New England.
Are courier services reliable?
Absolutely! With tracking technology, you can see where your package is at every point along the delivery route. A live traffic map shows you accurate updates on your package’s location and when it is delivered and signed for. Courier services also have the ability to deliver your item to a specific floor or, in some cases, room of a building. You can have the peace of mind that the courier delivered your parcel into the recipient’s hands rather than leaving it at a dropoff point.