We Have Partnered With The diamondlogistics Network

Posted 5th February, 2021

We are happy to announce that we have joined the diamondlogistics network. This is an exciting partnership for us that will allow us to expand and serve customers in the mid-Wales area.

“Station Couriers originally started as Country Cabs – a local taxi firm. But we found we were getting more and more work for parcels/pallets. We launched Station Couriers in 2002.

Our first unit was on Mochdre Industrial Estate which was 745 sq ft. We started with one lorry and two vans. Since then the business has gone from strength to strength. In late 2016, we purchased our 40,000 sq ft unit.

Now, by joining diamond, we will have access to a new channel (fulfilment) and with the backing of their expertise, grow our business further.” – Chris Woolnough, Station Couriers Founder.

diamondlogistics has been supporting traditional carrier business models to pivot on-line and support eCommerce businesses to scale-up. The diamond operation is well positioned to navigate its way through the complications of Brexit, which we will receive expert advice and support on.

diamond’s founder and CEO, Kate Lester, says: “It’s great to see diamond establishing a foothold in mid-Wales and we look forward to supporting Chris, Alison, Julie and Sian whilst they support businesses local to them.”

We can’t wait to get started!

To find out more about how diamond Mid Wales can assist your business, call the team on 01686 238007 or 01743 830321, or email at midwales@diamondlogistics.co.uk

For all your pallet deliveries, please call 01686 621 190 or go to our website to get a quote https://www.stationcouriers.co.uk/get-a-pallet-quote/



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During these challenging times, and In a society where we are all too fast to complain when things are not as they should be, I believe in giving credit where credit is due.

I have recently received two deliveries from your company on behalf of Gravel Master U.K. and on both occasions by the same friendly and courteous driver (*Mark Lello*). Unfortunately I don't have his name, but it was his general manor, and the small gesture of putting the pallets in my garage, rather than leaving them kerbside that impressed me.

Please convey my sincere thanks to him.

Mark Crump