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Our Services

What sets us apart?

Key to running an efficient quality service is a state of the art operating system. Key to delivering this service time and time again what ever the situation is a dedicated team that consistently goes the extra mile.

Time and ETA Deliveries

Whether you elect for a timed AM or PM service each delivery is allocated an ETA of 2 hours

Automated Pods

Our drivers load each POD at source. Uploaded directly via the cloud they are accessible instantly via our on-line portal

Customer Service

With our key clients we can provide monthly/quarterly management reports measuring and monitoring our service against agreed KPI’s

Live Track and Trace

Each consignment is visible and trackable via a sophisticated web portal

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Magnum Logistics Limited,
Wharf Lane,
Vange Wharf,
Basildon
SS16 4SP

01268 554335

ops@magnumlogstics.co.uk

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