Couriers Please franchise for sale, Coorparoo, Brisbane southside.

26 days ago

Private Seller Allan Flynn

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Seize the opportunity to be your own boss. Gross income $80,000pa Selling price $57,000 (without van)

Location Details

Coorparoo area has a busy mix of residential, industrial and commercial customers.
This is a rare chance to purchase a well established run which is in close proximity to the Salisbury depot.

Marketing support

Franchise is backed by Couriers Please, a market leader in the courier industry. There is always potential for growth and Couriers Please sales staff will assist you to increase the customer base.

Training provided

Full training will be provided by the seller to ensure a smooth transition to the new franchisee.


Being able to communicate with customers and provide reliable and friendly service is essential in order to maintain and build on the success of this franchise.

Length of Agreement

Unlimited franchise agreement.

About the Opportunity

Each Couriers Please franchisee picks up and delivers in their own area and returns to the central depot in Salisbury three times per day. Couriers Please are continually upgrading and utilising the latest technology to assist franchisees in the efficient and reliable running of their business.
This franchise in the Coorparoo area has a loyal cutomer base with clients from residential, industrial and commercial/retail premises.
After the initial purchase, there are no ongoing franchise fees which makes this an attractive business proposition. A small fee is charged each week for the rental of the scanners and the short haul trucks that transport freight to outer depots.

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Year Franchising Commenced



The Coorparoo franchise has been owned by the same driver for 25 years who has provided the excellent service customers expect.

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