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Prime Locations

The areas best served by Avango Couriers

What is a Prime Location?

We can collect and deliver anywhere in the UK mainland. Having a greater number of drivers available around the major cities, we can serve some places more quickly. Those places are our Prime Service Locations. Read on for more information.

 

Once upon a time, couriers were limited to serving a select 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.

 

But that being said, there are still areas where it’s possible to get items collected more quickly due to the sheer number of vehicles available that will suit a customers’ needs. 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, than within 10 miles of Manchester.

 

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.

 

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

Good Locations, Better Locations.

Greater Manchester

This is where we earned a reputation as the GREATER Manchester Couriers.

Map of Greater Manchester locating Avango couriers

Prime Zones 1-3

Prime Location 01 – Greater Manchester – 30-60 Min. Collection Time.

Altrincham & Sale
Bolton & Bury
Oldham & Rochdale
Salford & Swinton
Stockport
Manchester (City Centre)
Wigan & Leigh

Prime Location 02 – Cheshire – 30-75 Min. Collection Time.

Chester
Crewe
Macclesfield
Runcorn
Warrington
Winsford

Prime Location 03 – Lancashire – 45-90 Min. Collection Time.

Blackburn
Blackpool
Burnley
Chorley
Preston
Lancaster

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