Every day at AnyVan, we facilitate thousands of jobs. Some are large jobs, some only involve one item, but all of them are important to us. We thought it would be fun to share a few different types of moves that we did in March. The Longest We often do international jobs from the UK [...]

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AnyVan’s main aim is to minimize unused space from private transporters. This means that instead of two different vans making two separate trips, one van can take both loads & even more if they have space. · 50% of commercial vehicles travel half empty · 25% of commercial vans travel totally empty Using a service like [...]

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Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are developing systems that will allow you to send a calendar to your vehicle which will schedule your driving day – potentially a useful tool for delivery companies and couriers. Brian Williams, a professor of aeronautics and astronautics at MIT, said: “In general, everything around us in [...]

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The courier servicesteam is hopeful that the fuel tanker dispute is about to draw to a close. Unusually, details of the employers offer is being kept under wraps and news of the deal might leak today, before the Friday deadline when union members have to accept what’s on the table, or refuse and take strike [...]

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Here’s a neat story reckons the Anyvan courier services team and maybe an example for other authorities throughout the UK.

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Now here’s an idea we could try in London reckons the courier services team at Anyvan. The city of Leipzig, which is in Eastern Germany, has begun an experiment to see if it can woo car drivers from their vehicles.

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