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Breininger & Associates releases Canadian Courier Service Comparison Summary Report

TORONTO, Ont. --  Breininger & Associates has released the latest iteration of it’s semi-annual...


TORONTO, Ont. —  Breininger & Associates has released the latest iteration of it’s semi-annual Canadian Courier Company Service Comparison Report. T

This detailed table-format document compares and contrasts the 7 major companies in the overnight or later segment of the industry (that combined make up over 85% of the market in terms of revenue) across approximately 145 different features or characteristics that fall under nineteen major subject groupings.

Examples of the groupings include Operational Facilities, Staffing, Core Services, Tracking/Shipment Visibility, Insurance/Liability, Pricing/Billing, Customer Service and Internet Automation.

“We produce this report twice/year, and as is always the case, each of the major players continues to make a number of significant changes towards the goal of maximizing their competitiveness and profitability” said Gary Breininger, president of Breininger & Associates.

The report offers something for everyone. If you’re a courier company, the report will provide valuable insights into the major service offerings and policies/procedures of the industry’s major players. Providers of logistics services in general will also benefit from the report, as many of the policies and service elements discussed extend (or could be applied) beyond the courier sector alone. Finally, shippers, or users of courier and logistics services can use the report to quickly and easily compare the capabilities of Canada’s largest couriers to ensure they are receiving the best value for their courier spend.

The report is available for sale by contacting Breininger & Associates at 905-956-1161 or at www.breiningerassociates.com


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