Are you exploring a career in Singapore’s courier industry? In this service oriented industry, it’s absolutely essential that you’re customer oriented if you want to survive and then thrive in this industry.
Courier companies usually separate themselves by exceptional customer service support as well as prompt deliveries. This means that as a courier, you need to keep up the good behavior and customer service as your office’s backend administrative people have done so. Additionally, you must be a person who feels a sense of urgency when it comes to your work, as there are many time sensitive deliveries you will have to complete every day.
Working as a delivery man or rather, having a courier job in Singapore is a great flexible option you can have when it comes to building your career.
Many people love working as a freelancer these days, and being a courier is one of the best ways you can go about doing this. Most couriers, however, work hard and take as many jobs as they possibly can as it’s important for them to at least cover the cost of leasing/purchasing their vehicle (whether or not it is a van or a bike). Most couriers work between the hours of 9am to 6pm Mondays through to Fridays, and some even work on Saturdays and Sundays.
It’s very important to be customer oriented or you would constantly be late and find no motivation to be early, and not serve customers with a smile on your face, which is absolutely crucial – otherwise some customers may simply deliver their items by post.