TORONTO, Ont. — Infobase Marketing has released the latest iteration of its semi-annual Canadian Courier Company Service Comparison Report.
The report 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 individual features or characteristics that fall under several major headings or sections such as Staffing, Core Services Offered, Value Added Services, Information Services, Service Restrictions, Accessibility, Pricing, Accessorial Charges, and more.
This is the 10th consecutive year we have been producing this Report, and as is always the case, the number and nature of the changes and enhancements being made to the service capabilities and offerings of courier companies here in Canada is amazing said Gary Breininger, President of Infobase. The report offers something for everyone. Whether youre a courier company, a shipper, or an organization that is interested in learning more about the capabilities of individual couriers, the report is laid out in such a manner that it permits very fast and efficient comparisons and gap analysis between the largest players in the market.
Breininger adds that while there are literally dozens of changes and updates reflected in this latest iteration of the report, the biggest news is the continuing strides companies are making in terms of expanding or enhancing the services they provide, in terms of both the physical movement of goods, as well as managing information flows and maximizing visibility.
The report is available for sale by contacting Infobase Marketing at 416-724-8789 or visit www.infobasemarketing.com
Infobase Marketing areas of specialty include market research (primary and secondary), segmentation, new product/service and market development, price setting/revenue management, print-based communications, and customer relationship management. In addition to completing customized projects, the company produces and sells a series of syndicated and standardized information reports regarding various aspects of the Canadian courier and logistics industry.
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