If you need a package or parcel delivered in a hurry then we are the company to call. We have been in the couriering business for well over a decade now and there is nothing we don`t know about transporting an item around the country. From a small document e.g. a passport to a large pallet of goods we can be there in the London area within an average time of 25 minutes to pick up your parcel and deliver it to anywhere you would like even Europe and Worldwide.
So why not for your convenience set up an account with us today via our account page and you will find our services one of the quickest in the business and our staff are professional and trustworthy and we have transit insurance of up to £35,000 incase anything goes wrong en route. So why not call us on 0203 581 3411 to find how we can help you and your business. We take business and domestic clients everyday of the year and 24 hours a day. So no matter where you are based in the Lambeth area we will be there and be on our way in no time with as little to disturbance to your day as possible, as we understand your time is precious.
We also offer overnight delivery, scheduled deliveries, refrigerated and distribution services from the Lambeth. Each service is customised to meet the unique requirements of our clients. The pricing schedule is also highly competitive and is considered by many of our clients as one of the most affordable and reliable services in the London area.
"Our regular courier let us down and as a result we were fortunate enough to find Links Courier, who were able to provide us with the next day service to Germany, which we needed at a very reasonable price. A real bonus was that they were happy to collect out of office hours. Links Courier have been very helpful and I would definitely use them again."
Hanna Woodridge - Europe Economics
Please go to our testimonial page to read more on this and what our customers have said.
The settlement of Lambeth is first recorded in 1062 and is mentioned as Lambehitha, meaning 'landing place for lambs'. The names comes from a harbour that was established in the area and was responsible for the shipment of Lambs throughout the area. The Imperial War Museum (see picture above) is situated in Lambeth, at the moment it is undergoing a major building redevelopment to mark the Centenary of the First World War. For more information, please click here