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So JDL…what is it you actually do as a business?

In an earlier blog, we pointed out what the difference between a dedicated Kent courier like JDL Deliveries Ltd and a multi drop one, that usually brings you your online purchases, if you’re that keen to read all about it, have a click here.

However that is all well and good, but I thought we’d embellish the point with some pictures, as after all, they do say a thousand words…

So a dedicated courier service is usually found at partner companies to assist in the day to day logistical needs of an organisation.  This usually involves the collect of pallets or large, specialist items in environments such as:

 Or these:

These are then often delivered to business addresses in order for the company to carry on with their day to day trading without having to chase up their orders.  These drops are often delivered to trading estates for quick unloading as can be seen here:

Or here:

However because of the flexibility of the JDL Deliveries fleet we also provide tail lifts and pump trucks eg:

Which facilitate the ability to deliver heavy items, sometimes even to private residences (often undergoing building works), in vehicles that can go wherever your common or garden estate car or large 4×4 is able to drive into, such as:

We also specialise in the delivery of important documentation, even if it is to one of the top floors of the Shard:

Or in the centre of London:

Or elsewhere in London:

Not also forgetting that our chilled courier service allows us to control the temperature of produce should the need arise:

On top of this (still keeping note?!?), we also have an extensive range of specialist services we can bring to the fore, these include hiab deliveries:

And also lorry deliveries ranging from 7.5t:

To articulated vehicles:

So there you go then – we here at JDL Deliveries deliver stuff; a lot of stuff, that’s what our business does!

Until next time…

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