Warrington CouriersAJP Couriers (Nationwide) Ltd
We specialise in and offer logistical solutions for urgent, time-sensitive, high value, fragile, delicate, oversized, heavy, awkward and difficult to handle consignments. Whether it is time sensitive medical samples that need delivering to a lab, or boxes of delicate cakes to be carefully transported to one of the national supermarket headquarters, we’ve got you covered! Wherever you may be in the Warrington area, one of our team of committed and punctual drivers can be with you within an hour of booking and deliver directly to the destination(s) of your choice. As well as our ‘Express Same Day’ service, we offer more flexible same day and next day services for less time critical consignments.
What Our Services Include:
- Same Day courier service
- Next Day courier service
- Genuine 24-hour service, 365 days of the year
- Friendly and committed office team keeping a careful eye on the roads, providing essential route planning and updates for both our drivers and customers
- Super fast collection within the hour of booking (usually less)
- No need to set up an account – Instant credit given to new customers
- Punctual, helpful and polite drivers
- Dedicated and direct deliveries
- Nationwide & international collection/delivery service
All of our vehicles and drivers are fully insured, vetted and trained, so you can rest assured that your goods and reputation are in safe hands. As well as our own modern fleet of vehicles we have access to over 6,000 fully insured vehicles nationwide, ranging from motorbikes to articulated trucks. Therefore, we can accommodate almost any type of logistical requirement you may have.
Areas we cover throughout Warrington and the surrounding area;
Glazebury & Croft
Grappenhall & Thelwall
Hatton, Stretton & Walton
Warrington was founded by the Romans at an important crossing place on the River Mersey. Later, a new settlement was established by the Saxons. By the Middle Ages, Warrington became a market town primarily producing textiles and tool. Historically in Lancashire, now Cheshire, the expansion and urbanisation of Warrington coincided with the Industrial Revolution, particularly after the Mersey was made navigable in the 18th century. During this time, Warrington embraced the Industrial Revolution becoming a manufacturing town and a centre of for wire making, textiles, brewing, tanning and chemical industries. The Manchester Ship Canal flows through the south of the borough and the M6, M56 and M62 motorways all run through and around the town. During the Second World War, Warrington was the location of RAF Station Burtonwood, which served as the largest US Army Air Force airfield outside the United States.
Post WWII Warrington saw heavy industry resume in the town only to decline in the 1970s and 1980s. However, the growth of the town led to a large increase in employment in the light, distribution and technology industries. Now, Warrington has a strong but different economic base to its past, with the retail sector, in particular, providing vast employment opportunities for the people of Warrington and surrounding areas. Warrington has a plethora of sports teams, the most well known being its professional Rugby league club the Warrington Wolves, who were historically nicknamed “The Wire” because of Warrington’s history of wire making. The club moved in 2003 to the Halliwell Jones Stadium, leaving its home for over a century, Wilderspool Stadium.