UK Next Day Courier


Our UK Next Day Courier Service start From £10.  Normally, we send world-leading logistic service providers for a client from Woolwich, Plumstead, Abbeywood, Thamesmead,   Plumstead Common, Woolwich Common, Woolwich Dockyard, Welling, Charlton, King George V Charlton, Greenwich and so on.

So, from the smallest documents to package or big pallet to door cargo or Personal & Commercial, clients will find a unique one-stop solution to all their shipping needs. We’ll hand over your package to next day to any destination in the country with the benefit of tracking every step.

To send a parcel, typically, we use via DHL, but if you want from other companies then we have alternative service as well for example TNT, FedEx

If you wish to send a somethings to your family, friends and loved ones, then please fill the form as below
http://www.himalcourier.com/courier-form

 

UK Next Day Courier

UK Next Day Courier

A short introduction to the United Kingdom (UK)
The United Kingdom made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland is an island nation in northwestern Europe. England – the birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles – is home to the capital, London, a globally influential centre of finance and culture. England is also the site of Neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge.

The 19th century was an era of rapid economic modernisation and growth of industry, trade and finance, in which Britain largely dominated the world economy. Outward migration was massive to the first British overseas possessions and the United States. The empire expanded into most parts of Africa and much of South Asia. The Colonial Office and India Office ruled through a small number of administrators who managed the units of the empire locally, while democratic institutions began to develop.

British India, by far the most important overseas possession, saw a short-lived revolt in 1857. In foreign policy, the central plan was free trade, which enabled British and Irish financiers and merchants to operate successfully in many otherwise independent countries, as in South America.