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Same Day Couriers Leighton Buzzard - 0844 414 3910

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Our Leighton Buzzard Same Day Courier Services are available 24 hour, 7 days a week, 365 days a year ANYWHERE in the UK for all your urgent courier deliveries

Specialising in cars, small vans, large vans from Leighton Buzzard to London Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow.

In fact Fastspeed Couriers offer same-day urgent delivery services from Bedfordshire to all parts of the UK so we can supply a Car / Small Van / Large Van to Birmingham , Glasgow , Leeds , Cardiff , Derby, Sheffield, Bristol , Nottingham , Leicester , Swansea or Plymouth etc.

All same day deliveries are considered ASAP

Sameday Courier VanWe can cover deliveries ANYWHERE in the UK! Fastspeed offer a quick reliable solution to all your collection and delivery requirements anywhere in Bedfordshire at highly competitive rates
Get an instant price estimate by calling 0844 414 3910 for a fast, free quote.
Fastspeed are the specialists in urgent Leighton Buzzard courier jobs.

As a part of the largest network of sameday national couriers in the UK we offer access to tens of thousands of vehicles, based all over the UK at strategic points. This gives us the the resources and flexibility to handle all of your urgent delivery needs. Our UK couriers collect from most major towns and cities across Bedfordshire and the UK within 30 - 60 minutes.

Online secure payments

Secure paymentNo need to have an account as we can take payment through our online bank. Your payment will be processed by Nochex and is 100% secure.

All deliveries will be carried ASAP with attention to individual customer requirements. We aim to provide all customers fully informed at all times about the progress of their delivey. After calling us for a quote we will send a confimation e-mail with the job details and an order number. You will then be able to make payment by credit card through our secure online banking system. After the delivery is completed we will inform you about the time of the delivery and who signed for it (the POD / proof of delivery). We will send you the appropriate tax invoice via e-mail to cover the job and payment and if necessary the hard copy POD can be sent to you. Our service is designed to respond to your specific business requirements and we aim to offer the cheapest quotes. So whether your item is urgent, a forgotten passport, key documents, luggage to a hotel, something highly confidential or just needs to be there at a certain time we can help!
  • URGENT courier services in Leighton Buzzard
  • Collections usually organised within 15 - 20 mins
  • Immediate response / Usual pick up time within 30 mins to 1 hour
  • Any size consignment
  • All vehicle types and sizes
  • Includes motorcycle courier
  • Guaranteed, 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week, all year round
  • Forgotten passports and important documents
  • Left luggage that needs forwarding
  • Urgent deliveries of all types
  • Full mobile communication
  • Highly cost effective
  • Customer satisfaction guaranteed

Dedicated vehicles for those urgent express deliveries and pick ups anywhere in Bedfordshire usually within the hour


Royal Mail

1,400 Parcel Postboxes Being Introduced Across The UK - Mon 20th May 2019

Royal Mail will be introducing the first parcel mailboxes at various locations within the UK. This will start being rolled out in August this year. This follows a successful trial of the boxes in 2018.

The parcel postboxes launch is one of the biggest innovations in the parcel business since Parcel Post was launched in 1883. The postboxes will be introduced in different locations across the UK including Aberdeen, Birmingham, Cardiff and Leeds.

The change means that a variety of small businesses and private sellers can post pre-paid parcels through these securely designed parcel postboxes.This also means customers will also be able to post some return parcels at any time, seven days a week.


Tansport Network

£2.8m electric vehicle deal announced by Highways England - Wed 6th Mar 2019

Two contacts have been awarded by Highways England worth around £2.8m. These are to install 50 electric vehicle charging points across the country over the next nine to ten months.

Highways England's aim is ensure that at least 95% of it's major roads, including motorways, are within 20 miles of an electric vehicle charge point.

Installation in the north of the country are to be carried out by BP Chargemaster and the south of the country it will be carried out by Swarco UK Ltd. These contacts also include ongoing operation and maintenance for a seven-year period


Parcelforce Worldwide

Express24large service launched by Parcelforce Worldwide - Wed 16th Jan 2019

A new next day tracked service from Parcelforce Worldwide has been launched called express24large. This service is for sending and receiving larger items.

For parcels bought online, Parcelforce Worldwide will collect the parcel from a home or business address or if sending parcels they can be dropped off at a local depot.

Parcels can be up to a generous 2.5 metres in length but the length and width combined should not exceed more than 5 metres. Although individual parcels can weigh up to 30kg, there is no weight limit for the full consignment of parcels.

Customers can check their progress as every large parcel is fully tracked. Also large parcels can be sent direct to the recipient, or picked up from their local depot.


The Loadstar

TfL hits back after claims that low-emission zones don't work - Wed 16th Jan 2019

Air pollution has been called a public health crisis by Transport for London (TfL). It rejected claims that London’s impending Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) wiold have little impact, which came from none other than the haulage sector.

TfL director of city planning, Alex Williams said pollution was hitting the city’s poorest the hardest.and leading to thousands of premature deaths each year, "After one year we expect harmful nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide emissions in central London to reduce by 45%"

He said they also finalising a £23m van scrappage scheme, which will help small businesses replace their polluting vans with new cleaner ones.


Royal Mail Group

New processing centre unveiled by Parcelforce Worldwide in Hatfield - Thu 18th Oct 2018

Parcelforce Worldwide have recently unveiled a new South East Processing Centre (SEPC) in Hatfield, The new centre, located on Hatfield Business Park is expected to create more than sixty new jobs in the local area. This will include drivers and warehouse operatives.

This idea also should help reduce their carbon footprint, by processing parcels within the south-east rather than transporting them to a central hub.

The giant 60,000 sqr ft unit contains a new custom-built handling system that will automate the of processing over 50,000 parcels a night


UK Haulier

RHA and Ministers have differing opinions over Mayor’s Direct Vision Permit Scheme - Wed 12th Sep 2018

Sadiq Khan, the Mayor for London has the backing of ministers with plans that all lorries entering London will need a permit, issued by Transport for London before they can enter the capital. Ministers have applied to the European Commission for approval of the scheme, as EU hauliers will also need a permit to enter London.

If and when the Commission gives the scheme the green light, from October 2020 all HGVs entering London will be assessed against the TfL-devised Direct Vision Standards and must obtain a permit from Transport for London.

TfL had previously claimed that around half of the lorries entering London will need to be fitted with additional safety equipment such as camera systems, audible turn warnings and side sensors with driver alerts before a permit can be issued.

Fines will be issued to operators of any lorry entering without a permit will faces fines of £550 , plus a personal fine for the driver of £150. The first phase is planned to run from October 2020 until 2024 at which time new standards, yet to be devised, will be mandated by TfL.


UK Haulier

FTA says Customs Union is not enough to deliver frictionless trade - Mon 30th Apr 2018

Whilst the House of Commons prepares a vote on a motion on customs & borders (26 April 2018), the UK’s logistics industry has been reminding MPs about forming a customs union with the EU would not deliver frictionless arrangements on its own or remove the need for checks at the borders. Leaving the single market should also be considered to minimise regulatory barriers, removing the need for conformity or food safety checks at the borders, and to protect transport connectivity after Brexit.

The Port of Dover (the UK’s busiest transport hub with continental Europe) has more than 10,000 HGVs travel coming through it and the Eurotunnel each day . This icludes the highly efficient roll-on roll-off system which reduces, to a bare minimum, the waiting time at the borders, This in itself supports the just-in-time production processes and time sensitive deliveries.

Directly having an impact on over seven million people employed in the making, selling and moving of goods, efficient logistics is vital to keep Britain trading, . With Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders logistics has never been more important to UK and it's business supply chain, .


The Sun

Two day blaze at Daventry warehouse sparks fears for DHL deliveries - Mar 14th 2018

More than 50 firefighters tacked a massive blaze at warehouse in Daventry, Northants after suspected arson attack

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service rushed to the scene just before midnight on Sunday. A warehouse belonging to DHL the parcels giant, has been destroyed sparking fears of delivery chaos.

More than 50 firefighters tackled 30ft-high flames at the industrial units in Drayton Fields Industrial Estate, Daventry, Northants. A man was arrested on suspicion of arson and has been released on bail pending further enquiries.


Commercial Motor

Carrier Transicold Iceland unit picked by Marigold Health Foods for extra quiet, engineless urban deliveries - Jan 17th 2018

Marigold Health Foods have selected a quiet, engineless refrigeration unit that reduces emissions and noise pollution. to cover urban deliveries across Greater London.

The firm’s new DAF LF 18-tonne rigid has been fitted with The Carrier Transicold (UK) Iceland refrigeration system,which can run entirely on hydro-electric power. The truck’s engine generates hydro-electric power and at even at idle speeds, is capable of providing 100% refrigeration.

The new DAF marks an expansion to Marigold’s seven-strong fleet. It meets the need for larger chilled multi-drop delivery vehicles by offering a 15-pallet load capacity and joins a fleet which is 100% Carrier-cooled.



Under the Highway’s England’s Collaborative Delivery Framework, smart motorways contracts worth £322m have been awarded to a Morgan Sindall and BAM Nuttall in a joint venture - bmJV - Jan 8th 2018

Managing director of highways at Morgan Sindall, Mr Paul Gott, said: 'These contracts mark the start of two more prestigious projects for bmJV.

A two stage design and build contract worth £104m, will see bmJV upgrade 10 miles of the M62 between Warrington (J10) and Manchester (J12).
The second contract, worth £218m, covers works on the M27 between junctions 4 and 11 to create permanent dual 4-lane all lane running along the 15-mile stretch.

The design phase is scheduled to commence in January 2018



HGVs being considered for 'Pay-per-mile' scheme - Dec 23rd 2017

A 'pay per mile' scheme for lorries is being considered by the government to cover the increased damage to the road network.

Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary has confirmed the current HGV levy, which is used to pay for wear and tear on the road network, was being consulted on.

The Road Haulage Association (RHA) have said they believe it unfair that lorries are targeted and need to see more detail.

Mr Grayling also pointed out on BBC Radio 4's Today programme that "Our hauliers often complain that a continental trucker comes in with a tank full of lower duty diesel, spends several days working in the country, goes away again and pays nothing towards the use of the roads."

A RHA spokeman said he was very worried by the announcement.


The Planner

Mayor Khan’s Toxicity Charge about to come into force - Oct 23rd 2017

As of 23rd October Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched the ‘world’s toughest’ emission charge for the more polluting and older vehicles in an effort to tackle the capitals air pollution.

From 7am to 6pm every weekday a £10 Toxicity Charge (T-Charge) will be in force. Drivers of more polluting petrol and diesel cars will pay both the T-Charge and the Congestion Charge when driving into Zone 1, which totals a colossal £21.50.

This, according to the mayor’s office, means up to 34,000 vehicles every month could be liable for the T-Charge and affects those that do not meet the Euro 4 standard for both PM and NOx emissions. These vehicles are typically ones registered before 2006, but Transport for London (TfL) have also advised people who have cars registered before 2008 to check if their vehicle may be eligible for the charge.

The Mayor Khan says he has plans for the introduction of an Ultra-Low Emission Zone as early as April 2019. This will affect many more vehicles including all diesel vehicles that do not meet Euro 6 Standards.


The Guardian

Traffic jams across UK are costing the economy around £9bn - Oct 18th 2017

Government have called upon highway chiefs to reduce the time of closures on motorways after analysis shows bad delays cost wasted time, fuel and unnecessary carbon emissions

Highways England have been contacted by the transport minister to suggest ways for clearing motorways of vehicles after closures.

Highway chiefs have been told to further reduce closure times after accidents after figures have shown traffic jams on major roads across the UK are costing the economy as much as £9bn a year.


Highways Today

£1.2 billion of road improvements allocated to local councils by the Department of Transport - January 27th 2017

British Transport Minister Andrew Jones announced funding this January of £1.2 billion to Councils across England. This would be for the financial year 2017 to 2018

The funding will pay to improve roads, improve journey times and hopefully cut congestion. It includes money from the new National Productivity Investment Fund, the Pothole Action Fund and £75 million. From this councils can bid for to maintain and repair the local infrastructure such as bridges, street lighting and even rural roads.

Andrew Jones the Transport Minister pointed out roads play a significant part in everyday life linking businesses with customers and people with jobs.


Royal Mail

Royal Mail Quality of Service - May 13th 2016

Royal Mail are renowned as one of the top companies for reviewing their customer service

During the fourth quarter of the year, Royal Mails performance of 92.8 per cent meant it narrowly missed its target for First Class mail, but with a performance of 98.8 per cent, it exceeded its target for Second Class mail. Royal Mail is known for one of the highest Quality of Service specifications of any major country in Europe.

Royal Mail says it is committed to delivering a high quality of service whilst seeking to become even more efficient. In doing so, they actively review the absorbable rate of change and the appropriate balance between quality and efficiency. Royal Mail increased the already very considerable resources deployed to improve their delivery performance for the second half of the year


Royal Mail

UK’S logistics carbon reduction scheme joined by Royal Mail - March 2nd 2016

Royal Mail has has shown it's commitment to the reduction of carbon from road freight by joining UK’s Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme (LCRS)

With the largest fleet in the UK with well over 49,000 vehicles on the road, the Royal Mail has taken steps in managing it's carbon footprint by making sure all it's HGV's meet specific aerodynamic specifications. This has been found to reduce fuel consumption by an impressive 5 per cent.

The Royal Mail purchased 300 Cartwright Cheetah Fastback Trailers and asking manufacturers to use a lighter weight trailer design. With over 100 members and accounting for over 77,000 commercial vehicles the Freight Transport Association, which runs the LCRS scheme, is a free voluntary initiative that records, reports and whose aim is to reduce the carbon emissions from freight transport. .


The Times

French transport wine by ship using only wind power - Feb 13th 2016

This is an update on a story first published in 2008.
French vineyard owners are starting to export their wine by sailing boat - a method last used in the 1800s - to reduce their carbon footprint. Later this month, as many as 60,000 bottles will be shipped from Languedoc to Ireland by sail, saving 18,375lb of carbon. Further voyages to Bristol, Manchester and even Canada are being planned for soon afterwards.

The three masted ship, a barque named Belem, actually launched in 1896, will sail from Bordeaux to Dublin, which although it will take about four days, will be much more environmentally friendly.

What is great about his is that each bottle will be labelled: 'Carried by sailing ship, a better deal for the planet.' Although the whole process takes up to a week longer than sending by air, it is estimated it will apparently save as much as 4.9oz of carbon per bottle.