Rapid Transport & Logistics are a customer-focused sameday courier and haulage services provider in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and throughout UK. With our speedy, user-friendly online booking system, which runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you can get your items delivered to any location of your choice within the UK. In just a few clicks, we will dispatch from a team of couriers to collect your package within an hour and deliver it anywhere in the UK. To request a home or office pickup, simply use our booking system and input your correct address. Once our agents have your parcel, we will send a confirmation email, and afterwards, tracking information for your item. This way, you can keep track of your parcel as it transits to your desired destination.

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