I spent some time whilst studying as a multi-drop driver for DHL - most of the routes had an average of about 50 drops per day, often you'd be taking more, sometimes a lot, almost never less.
With the likes of Yodel and DX undercutting some of the more established couriers, sees their drivers forced to deliver way more, so service suffers.
Having had more than my fair share of issues with Yodel in the past, I've tended to give them a wide berth, but both DX and Yodel (when I've had no choice) have pleasantly surprised me the last few times.
Posting from my phone - excuse spelling mistakes
Last edited by amfalconer; 10-06-19 at 11:38.