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Important Announcement

Important Announcement

We are delighted to announce that we have entered into an agreement which will see us merge with CitySprint from 3rd October 2016. There will be a phased transition over the next 6-12 months. All car services will continue to be provided by Excel Executive. Business as Usual We would like to assure all our customers that it’s business as usual for all your day to day needs. You’ll be …

Posted on Sep 26, 2016

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Travel Alert – Tube Strike, Wednesday August 5th

Travel Alert – Tube Strike, Wednesday August 5th

London commuters and tourists are heading for more travel chaos after unions announced a 24-hour Tube strike will go ahead tomorrow. This will result in severe traffic congestion from around 16:30 on Wednesday 5th August until Friday 7th August. Courier deliveries and passenger journey times will take considerably longer and as a result service levels will be affected. As always we will do everything possible to ensure delays are kept to a …

Posted on Aug 04, 2015

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Christmas Tariffs and Timetable for Cars and Courier

Christmas Tariffs and Timetable for Cars and Courier

Please find attached links to our Christmas Tariffs and Timetable for Cars and Courier Services. The Christmas rush will keep us busier than normal and I would like to take this opportunity to pause for breath and thank you for your continued support throughout 2013. We have much to look forward to in the New Year and I sincerely hope that we can count on your loyalty once again in …

Posted on Dec 16, 2013

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UC May Day March – Central London Disruption to Services

UC May Day March – Central London Disruption to Services

This year’s May Day March will form up from approximately 1200hrs in Clerkenwell Green EC1. The march will move off at 1300hrs and take the following route; Clerkenwell Road EC1,  Theobalds Road, WC1,  Drake Street, Proctor Street, High Holborn, Kingsway WC2,  Aldwych, Strand and  Trafalgar Square. A rally will take place on Trafalgar Square and the event will finish by approximately 1630hrs. It is anticipated that there will be traffic …

Posted on May 01, 2013

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Funeral of Baroness Thatcher

Funeral of Baroness Thatcher

The ceremonial funeral of Baroness Thatcher will take place on Wednesday 17th April and during which time there will be some road closures in key London areas that will affect the way we conduct our business. Transport for London has advised that road closures will take effect from as early as 0700 on 17th April and will remain in force until completion of the funeral. There is the possibility of some …

Posted on Apr 15, 2013

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Selecting the right courier

Selecting the right courier

“The complex process of selecting the right courier company” is a challenging and provocative article written by Excel’s Managing Director Gregory Hoy and published in the leading international courier website Post and Parcel. The article suggests that as a result of recent changes in the Sameday courier industry buyers and contract managers may need to consider if they are still asking their existing and prospective suppliers the right questions. Go to the Article: …

Posted on Feb 23, 2013

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Weather Update

Weather Update

Due to the adverse weather conditions that are affecting most of the country, there may be possible delays to your courier service today and over the next couple of days. We will make every effort to ensure that all collections and deliveries are made on time, however, we will encounter problems outside of major city centres where suburban roads remain untreated. All UK services will be affected, Sameday and UK …

Posted on Jan 18, 2013

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Olympic Parade 10th September 2012

Olympic Parade 10th September 2012

Monday 10th September 2012 sees the parade of “Our Greatest Team” of Olympian and Paralympians through central London. The parade is scheduled to start at 1.30pm from Mansion House and finish on the Mall and Buckingham Palace at approximately 3.30pm. Roads around the route areas are already being closed and we anticipate major congestion and disruption to deliveries and passenger journey’s during this time. Please check delivery times with the …

Posted on Sep 10, 2012

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So what happened to the Olympic Gridlock?

So what happened to the Olympic Gridlock?

Whilst the anticipated Olympic traffic gridlock failed to materialize, there were still areas of significant congestion and disruption especially when the Games Lanes where first opened. By developing bespoke contingency plans for clients that were most at risk due to their location or service requirements and adding further resilience across both the courier and car fleets we were able to maintain a consistent level of service with no adverse impact …

Posted on Sep 06, 2012

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On your mark, get set

On your mark, get set

INTO THE UNKOWN Here at Excel we are excited by the prospect of our city hosting the event but are also gearing up for what has been described as “Britain’s largest peacetime logistical exercise”. It is not possible to predict what the impact on our services will be until the event arrives, however, having carefully considered all the information available it is clear that there will be significant disruption. SERVICE …

Posted on Jul 23, 2012

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