Package delivery services are a hugely growing market in the UK with solid demand from recognised brands for self-employed couriers.
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The following information is taken directly from the self-employed courier plan available to download. In addition to this report, you get information on vehicle purchases, start-up costs, regulation requirements, and workforce recruitment.
Express4U Limited is a new company planning on opening a new courier business in the centre of a thriving town with 763 local small and medium-sized businesses.
Mr Douglas Streatham founded Express4U Limited. He has 16 years of working as a senior courier for major delivery companies, including TNT, UPS, and DHL.
Mr Stratham is now going to set up Express4U Couriers.
The company is targeting businesses that require a local same-day personal package delivery service and other international options utilising the three largest national companies.
Mr Streatham will operate vehicles to pick up and deliver goods around the town and for overseas packages. Mrs Tania White is the administrator and manages customer enquiries, international bookings and tracking requests.
There is currently no local delivery option within a 12 mile radius of our offices. The main brands already service the local area, but we believe we’ll acquire the international deliveries due to our bulk purchasing power.
Express4U Couriers will be a reliable, value for money business offering unrivalled personal service with the following product offerings:
Gross revenues are forecast at £121,325 for the first year of operation with this increasing by 10-12% for the subsequent two years. Net profits are forecast to be a 29% margin before tax and interest. The vans used will be via a leasing contract.
Express4U Limited is a newly incorporated company set up and run by Mr Streatham, who has 16 years of experience in the courier business.
Investment funds of £20,000 are to be paid into the business at the beginning of the year to cover start-up costs and initial cash flow requirements. The company will repay this amount by the end of the first year.
Contents of this plan
1) Executive Summary
2) Business Mission
3) Ownership and Location
4) External Analysis
5) SWOT Analysis
6) Planned Objectives
7) Key Action Plans
8) Management Biographies
9) Profit & Loss Account
10) Cash Flow Forecast
11) Balance Sheet
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