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Courier drivers gear up for major education delivery

Posted: 23/01/19 by The NX Group

Courier drivers gear up for major education delivery

The courier division of national warehousing, transport and logistics firm The NX Group is preparing to make one of its biggest deliveries to date.

The Crick based company, which recently increased the size of its vehicle fleet and took on new drivers to meet increasing demand, will be using 80% of its vans to transport state-of-the-art 75 inch monitors and screens, plus a Prosecco tap, to London for a show at exhibition centre ExCel over the course of one morning.

To make the process as efficient and cost-effective as possible, the delivery is being made on behalf of four separate companies, all of which are exhibiting at the world’s biggest education technology show, Bett 2019, from the 23rd to the 26th of January.

Russell Thompson, Operations Controller for NX Courier, said, “This job has taken a lot of planning, because we want to ensure it’s done correctly, safely and on time for our multiple clients. There’s a lot of things that need to be taken into consideration when transporting such a lot of hi-tech equipment in one go.”

Peter Connolly, IT and Project Manager for The NX Group, who is integrating new software with the company’s existing systems, said, “Large, complex jobs such as these require careful co-ordination, but thanks to the systems we have in place we can ensure that large scale jobs such as this can be carried off without a hitch.”

The NX Group is a comprehensive suite of supply chain solutions for businesses that require an extra level of quality and care for their products. Based in the golden triangle of logistics in Northamptonshire, its distribution, warehousing and courier divisions have grown year on year, thanks to its emphasis on quality, security and personal approach.

For more information about The NX Group, visit www.thenxgroup.com. You can also follow the company on LinkedIn and on Twitter via @theNXGroup.

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