Tag Archive: courier

  1. Merry Christmas from Speed Couriers

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    There are only a few more sleeps until Christmas! We are taking the opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and big thank you for reading our blog! Speaking of our blog we have been working throughout the year to compile the best … [read more]

  2. Black Friday Weekend

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    Today is Black Friday, which means the majority of people are searching for the offers in preparation for Christmas. But, it isn’t just our local shopping centres that will be met with a swarm of potential customers. Instead, businesses are anticipating an upsurge in online … [read more]

  3. Driverless trucks?

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      Driverless cars and trucks essentially carry the same purpose. However, there’s something different about the prospect of lorries embracing our roads freely. They bring a whole host of implications, as this not only impacts commercial procedures; it also harbours a certain amount of uncertainty … [read more]

  4. Parcel MIA

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    Black Friday is fast approaching and the majority of us are looking to find deals whilst remaining in the comfort of our own homes. We know just how notorious these sales have become! Have you ordered an item online and it hasn’t arrived yet? If … [read more]

  5. The Benefits of Online Guest Booking Systems

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    Online guest booking services are no stranger to the world of transportation. Booking a taxi to get you from pillar to post is as simple as entering a postcode and hey presto, your taxi has been dispatched. Most firms offer suggestions of places based on … [read more]

  6. Our New Service

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    As the largest independent couriering company in the Northwest, our team prides itself in ensuring flexible and reliable couriering services to our clients. Generally, courier services and delivery windows both vary. Therefore, finding options to suit you can be easier said than done. This will … [read more]

  7. Sharing Our Road

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    The long-standing debate; who truly owns the roads? Is it motorists or cyclists? When mentioned, this quarrel leaves many at loggerheads but it isn’t unexpected. Bikers and motorists are divided on the roads itself and that plays a part in what fuels this fire… The … [read more]

  8. Pizza By Drone?

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    The world’s leading moguls are still itching for the chance of being first to put their name on a delivery drone. But, watch this space, a pizza business may just pip them to the post on this one. The international enterprise, Dominos, has already teamed … [read more]

  9. Labelling your parcels correctly

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      You’ve securely packaged your parcel, ensuring you’ve used the correct size box, sealed it properly and it’s ready to head to the designated destination. But wait! Your checklist is not complete just yet. Labelling your package precisely is crucial before you send any package … [read more]

  10. Driving test tips

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    Pressure of driving tests is hardly relieved by pessimistic statistics floating around the web. But you needn’t panic; the potential results overshadow any pre-test fears besides even seasoned motorists recall less than fond memories of pressure and uncertainty. Who knows someday you could become a … [read more]

  11. Seasonal couriering

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    Acting as the middleman connecting a businesses to customers, couriering services have always been the cornerstone for trading expansion. Consumer experience only concludes when the product reaches its target destination. A synopsis of 2014 sales indicated that Easter and Mothers day identify as the most … [read more]

  12. The evolution of transport.

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    Predating all modes of transport we would have had to rely on our own two feet to get us by. Today we are met with countless news reports attempting encourage us all to use them a little more often. But, with a multitude of transport … [read more]