TCourier’s Intro to the Courier Service Industry

TravelTube, a firm focused on travel and media content, has launched its new subsidiary called Tcourier. Their brand, which was formerly used to explore live kitchens or restaurants and vacation experiences, is now breaking into the courier industry. TCourier’s new B2B technique is the new face of courier in an effort to give back to local businesses.

Tcourier provides an exceptional unique value proposition that ranks better than standard courier services. Tcourier gives a zero percent commission on all orders placed by clients to be delivered. Another distinct value proposition is their goal of assisting small businesses in contending with third-party delivery firms by utilizing their service to promote effective and efficient delivery. 

Its remarkable accessibility is one of its distinguishing features. This new courier service provides an offline mobile application and website where others can be placed. In another effort to prevent businesses from paying up to forty percent commission to third-party delivery companies, Tcourier’s services can also be accessed through the average social media applications. They are available on Facebook, Instagram, direct calls, SMS, etc at zero percent commission. Tcouriers offer a feedback service using QR codes, allowing consumers who choose their delivery option to leave input on the condition of their package when it arrived. Tcourier intends to provide rapid and effective delivery around Africa as well as to create change in the delivery service sector.

Tcourier also benefits not only business owners but also courier services. They link businesses to courier services at no cost at all. This way, courier services can make their full revenue without having to pay any form of commission to Tcourier. Getting started and making deliveries through Tcouriers takes a few steps. The first step is to place your order by adding your customer delivery location, customer numbers, and item details. The next step is you receive delivery confirmation and a courier tracking link to track the order. After this, customers are free to track the status of their orders. Finally, the order is delivered to the customer and you receive a confirmation that the order is delivered where you are able to rate the courier.

Tcouriers encourages its initial clientele, who are company owners, to sign up for the courier service. Business owners can register by signing up on their website. They may also be reached on their mobile phone number +37258493357. When company owners have signed up and are ready to use their services, they may scan through the website to be able to see the step-by-step procedure for enjoying the best delivery experience. Courier services should also contact Tcourier so that the two parties may establish a business partnership.

The next generation of courier services is Tcourier’s new zero percent commission courier service. Its features and elements are carefully selected to provide the finest quality and comfort to the company owners and courier services. They also intend to bring about improvements in the courier industry by emphasizing timely delivery, the security of clients’ products, overall cost-effectiveness, the completeness of service from door to door, and damage avoidance through cautious and restricted handling.

5 Interesting Facts About Mauritius

Mauritius is an island off the east coast of Africa. It is one of Africa’s smallest countries. It is over 65 kilometers long and 45 kilometers wide. Mauritius is a popular tourist destination due to its tranquil setting, exquisite hospitality, and natural reserves. The following section will now discuss five fascinating facts about the island of Mauritius.

  1. Mauritius is made up of many islands:

Mauritius is made up of the islands of Mauritius, its neighbor Rodrigues, and the offshore islands of Cargados, Carajos Shoals, and the Agalega Islands.

2. Mauritius was the only known habitat of the extinct Dodo bird:

The Dodo is a flightless bird that has long been extinct. The island of Mauritius is its sole known habitat. Mauritians adopted it as their national bird as a result of this. The extinction of these birds is blamed on Dutch immigrants who stumbled upon them around 1598. The last time the Dodo bird was spotted was in the 1660s. The author of “Alice in Wonderland,” Lewis Carroll, says he was inspired to create the novel after seeing a stuffed Dodo bird at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

The long-extinct Dodo bird

 3. Mauritius has been colonized by three nations over the years:

Mauritius was first inhabited by the Dutch from 1638 until 1710. From 1715 until 1810, it was colonized by France. From 1810 until 1968, it was colonized by Great Britain. It has been independent since 1968.

4. There is no national army in Mauritius:

In 2017, Mauritius was one of just four countries in the world that had no domestic or international wars with other countries, including neighboring countries. Mauritius’ tranquil environment allows it to survive without the necessity for a permanent army.

5. Mauritius is a highly-rated beach and honeymoon destination:

Mauritius is frequently named the greatest honeymoon location in the world. Its breathtaking beach at Trou Aux Biches was named the world’s greatest beach resort in 2011. One of Mauritius’ most renowned tourist locations is Chamarel’s seven-colored Earth, which comprises dunes of various colors caused by volcanic eruptions that cooled at different speeds.

Trou Aux Biches Beach
Seven-coloured Earth in Chamarel