Highly populated towns and cities with a larger number of business parks and industrial areas are more likely to have couriers near by.
It’s just a fact that in places with smaller populations and less industry, there will be less need for goods vehicles to be regularly available.
Some locations are good, others are even better.
These places are what we call our Prime Service Locations.
Once upon a time, couriers were limited to serving a small number of customers from close to their office locations.
Now, with advanced technology allowing us to create networks across the entire country, it almost doesn’t matter where our office is, we collect and deliver almost anywhere in the UK.
The only difference is that we can often collect more quickly from the major cities like Manchester, Birmingham and London.
Keep your friends close, but your couriers closer.
If you need goods collecting from the coasts of South West Wales, or North East Scotland, there will be fewer vehicles available at any one time. At least compared to within 10 miles of Manchester for example.
So that’s why we have created this ‘Prime Service Locations‘ list, to give you an idea of what areas we’ll be more likely to get your goods collected at the shortest notice