News & Developments
Live Fish Deliveries
The British Antartic Survey have confirmed the services of Courier Express for the delivery of live specimen fish from Hull to Cambridge for the 6th year.
The initial delivery in May 2015 requires an 18t temperature controlled vehicle to go dockside at Hull and be loaded with many varieties of "live fish" which have been transported directly from the Antartic ocean. These fish specimens are then taken to the Headquarters in Cambridge where they monitor the fish behaviour from this environment.
New Vehicle Additions
An additional 2 HGV vehicles have recently arrived to further increase the temperature controlled vehicle fleet at Courier Express Refrigerated Transport.
A new Leyland DAF 55 18 tonne Dual Temperature fitted with Tail Lift has been added to allow the business to continue to support the increasing daily requirements for HGV deliveries across the United Kingdom.
Only recently a 7.5t Dual Temperature vehicle fitted with Tail lift arrived to assist with the ease of Town and City multi drop deliveries for drivers which is a large part of the delivery work completed each day at Courier Express.
The business is also in the market for an extra 8 LWB 3.5t Dual Temperature vehicles to increase the fleet signficantly and ensure that at anywhere in the country they can provide as much flexibility in perishable goods distribution 24 hours a day 7 days a week at very short notice.