Tag: delivery

  • 8 Cool Facts About the Fourth of July

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    The 4th of July 1776 was a special day in the history of the world. It was on this day, that the 13 colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence, which ultimately led to the birth of the United States of America. Here are some very interesting facts about this federal holiday.  For 68 years, from […]

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  • Eco-Friendly Bags – Need and Benefits

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    Our environment – land, air, and water – is being smothered and deluged by a gigantic overload of plastic. This material does not biodegrade, and its degradation takes a very long time, up to 1000 years and more. In short, plastic is a major pollutant.  Unfortunately, it is one of the major materials used in […]

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  • Intelligent Packaging – Save Money on Freight Costs

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    Smart packaging not only secures your products but also allows you to save on transport costs. Weight and size of package are two factors that influence the cost of a delivery. You have a lot of choice, but you need to match the choice to your needs. You don’t need a carton for something that […]

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  • The best ways to avoid usage of black plastic bags and how to recycle your plastics

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    By Robert Durant Do you wrap your sandwiches in clingfilm or tinfoil? Perhaps you’re considering getting your milk delivered in glass bottles, but can’t decide if the environmental benefit justifies the financial cost. As Scottish retailers prepare for the introduction of a deposit return scheme, which will see a 20p deposit levied on all drinks […]

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  • This is how your summer BBQ negatively affects the environment.

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    By Robert Durant A typical summer barbecue* releases as much greenhouse gases into the atmosphere as a 60 mile car journey, according to a group of scientists studying the impact of food choices on the environment. Scientists from across the UK have come together to shine a spotlight on how consumer decisions on diet, as well […]

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  • Why to Choose Haultail® – the Best Delivery Service for Your Needs

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    Whether it is expedited delivery, same day delivery, long distance deliveries or last mile deliveries, you need to team up with the right parcel pick-up and delivery service that you can turn to time and again. Haultail can be that trusted link between your consumers and your business. If you’re a homeowner seeking delivery of […]

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  • Need Items Picked and Delivered? Trust Haultail®!

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    Warehousing and distribution are essential requirements for businesses. There are costs attached with these activities. You need to spare time, effort, space, and money to distribute products. Packing and shipping of goods can work out cheaper if you hire a service with the right expertise in this field. Hiring a dedicated pick up and delivery […]

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  • What are the Benefits of a Delivery Service for a Business?

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    If you’re running a business that incorporates logistics then you know the value of getting this aspect right. You also know that logistics cost money. Drivers are a cost, insurance is an expense, and if there’s an accident involving your vehicle, you cannot really hope for the insurance company to foot the entire expense. There […]

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  • Drivers in a Delivery Service – The Backbone of a Successful Business

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    Delivery services rely heavily on drivers to get the job done. The business model most successful for delivery services is to let vehicle owners freelance. It works great for both parties. Haultail lets you work at your own convenience. There’s good money to be made here. People are already doing so.  Experienced drivers are of […]

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  • Climate change could put these colleges underwater. Why they’re staying put

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    By Robert Durant The leaders of Texas A&M University’s seaside Galveston campus had a choice to make. It was 2008, and Hurricane Ike had just devastated the Gulf Coast, forcing the university to move its students 145 miles inland to College Station for a semester. Should the school retreat inland and close down its former campus? Or would […]

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