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5. Coordination skills required While driving to a destination, a courier could be navigating via a map or GPS, monitoring road conditions and traffic reports on the radio, and taking calls from dispatch for the next delivery—all at the same
An average day in the life of a courier begins at “home base”, which usually means head office for small courier companies or a warehouse for global courier companies. Before setting out on the road, couriers will pre-inspect their vehicles
Also known as a messenger or delivery person, a courier retrieves and drops off items to and from individuals and businesses. Couriers typically drive a van or truck to transport items ranging from small envelopes to large parcels. According to

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