Celtic Couriers opens additional parcel depot in South Wales

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Parcel delivery company Celtic Couriers has opened of a 22,500ft2 operational depot at Llangennech in South Wales – an increase of 14,500ft2 over the previous site.

This additional space is intended to enable the company to expand its overnight, same-day and international parcel collection and delivery service offering to businesses around Wales. Additionally, the increased space will ensure Celtic Couriers can offer pallet and storage facilities, alongside a pick-and-pack service.

As part of the business’s long-term investment plans, Celtic Couriers has also introduced six electric vans into its fleet as part of its ongoing commitment to support government initiatives to improve air quality across the region, and help Swansea achieve its carbon neutrality target. Additionally, the business will recruit for five staff members across its delivery and warehouse teams, to support continued demand from the region’s SME community.

Jamie Howells, group general manager of express deliveries at Celtic Couriers, said, “There is no doubt that the last couple of years has proven challenging for many. But as a business, we have remained committed to building for future growth, and the growth of our customers. As a local business that has been investing in the community for many years, we want to contribute positively to local businesses as they continue to adapt and build for their future, providing them with improved service options through our new depot.

“Investing in our staff has been critical to ensure the continued growth of business, while proudly maintaining our high standards of local knowledge and service, and supporting our customers through these unprecedented times of change. Our growing team, many of which have been with the business since it was established, have been, and will continue to be, pivotal to the future success of the business and that of our customers.”

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