News & Developments
A year in review: a cool year for Courier Express
As we approach the festive season and the end of 2017, it’s great to take a look back at what has been a hugely successful year for Courier Express. Here are just some of the highlights…
We started the year as we meant to go on, by significantly expanding our refrigerated fleet by investing £350,000 in eight state-of-the-art vehicles.
The new 3.5t dual temperature vehicles – all fitted with SmartCam dashboard cameras and advanced on-board temperature recording devices – allow the flexibility to make both frozen and chilled deliveries, and enabled us to improve our courier operations, while at the same time expanding further into the south of England. More on that later!
Courier Express achieves ISO 9001:2015 accreditation for ninth successive year
A view from the summit
It’s a very exciting time to be involved in the refrigerated distribution industry and we can expect to see huge changes in both how products are transported and the requirements from a refrigerated courier standpoint over the next decade.
As one of the UK’s leading specialist refrigerated transport providers, we have been operating in the temperature-controlled distribution sector for over 14 years.
In an interview featured in TCS&D magazine, John Lee, our managing director, discusses how Courier Express have been succeeding in today’s competitive temperature-controlled distribution industry and how we are preparing for the future.
Check out the full article at: http://go.epublish4me.com/ebook/ebook?id=10094354#/8
Courier Express strengthens London service with new drivers
Due to continued success in the capital, and the recruitment of new drivers, we have significantly expanded our service offering in London and the South.
The growth allows us to increase operations across the capital and provide greater capacity for deliveries, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We now have the capability to make daily multi-drop deliveries of chilled, frozen and ambient products on a single vehicle, with deliveries made to any location within the region.
Our managing director John Lee, said: “We are delighted to have expanded our services in London by adding new drivers to our growing fleet. By investing in the region, we have been able to increase our capacity and resource capabilities to provide high quality temperature-controlled services for our clients across the South.”
As one of the country’s leading specialist temperature-controlled transport providers, we now run an extensive fleet of vehicles from strategically-located sites in London, Manchester, Northampton, Leeds and the Midlands.
Over the last 14 years we have developed a diverse distribution portfolio servicing all sectors of business and industry, including specialist divisions dedicated to the transport of foodservice, samples, pharmaceuticals and emergency palatalised goods.
Expanded into Midlands
As one of the UK's leading providers of specialised temperature controlled transportation solutions, we have once again expanded our operational capabilities into the Midlands, offering our support services to new and existing customers in Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
This will allow Courier Express to continue to deliver refrigerated transport solutions 24 hours a day 7 days a week and will compliment there already expanding presence in the country with existing depots/operations in Manchester, Leeds, Bedford, London and Surrey.
John Lee, managing director of Courier Express said "We are delighted to have expanded once again and have vehicles operating in the Midlands. This will allow us to support our ever increasing customer base and make sure we can continue to deliver on time every time".
Combining food samples with Foodservice multi-drop deliveries, Courier Express has been a leading provider of temperature controlled courier support throughout the UK for over 14 years.
In June 2017 our support services are required to supply two18 tonne dual temperature controlled vehicles to collect from Harwich Docklands many varieties of "live fish specimens" which have been transported directly from the Antartic waters. Our involvement is to deliver consigments under a mulit-temperature range to Cambridge where the behaviours of these fish are monitored
This is the 8th year in succession we have provided our temperature controlled delivery services to the British Antarctic. Read more.....