When do you book your courier? Is it dependent on what type of service you need? When your goods are ready to be moved? or do you give it a few days notice?
If you leave it till the goods are ready, you could land up with a hefty waiting time bill, if something goes wrong at the last minute. This is most likely to happen when waiting for printed materials to dry and then be loaded. What can you do to prevent your same day courier costs going through the roof? Often it’s as easy as telling them what items are going to be transported, as the more experienced courier can then factor in prep and drying time, and make the drivers aware of the possibility of waiting when they come to collect.
So when you are thinking about transport costs, do you factor in all that you should?