Important Legal Documents from London, UK to New York City, USA on behalf of a leading global law firm. 24 hours faster than the leading global express provider
Deadlines are fixed, and no matter the situation must be met. When solicitors at the law firm Olswang in London realized they would miss the cut-off for a standard next day shipment to New York, they chose SpeedLink to help. The documents would not be ready until later in the evening, well past 6PM.
SpeedLink dispatched an On Board Courier to collect the documents from their offices in Holborn London. Collection was made at 8:05 PM. The courier then departed London Heathrow early the following morning on British Airways first flight to New York’s JFK International. After a flight time of less than 8 hours, the On Board Courier was on the ground in New York completing the final leg of the journey by subway.
SpeedLink’s courier delivered the documents to a law firm in the Met Life Building on Park Avenue, Midtown Manhattan at 12:44 PM – 16 minutes ahead of deadline.
|Shipment:||2 Lever arch files - legal documents|
|Point of Origin:||London, United Kingdom|
|Destination:||New York, USA|
|Distance:||3452 miles / 5555 KM|
|Transit Time:||22 hours|
The right fit for you
SpeedLink has a decade and a half of experience on two continents exceeding our customers’ expectations. At SpeedLink, we understand the critical importance of helping you – our customer – maintaining your relationship with – your customer.
We treat each and every shipment we handle as “Mission Critical” and “Time Critical.” With that approach coupled with the ability to be ultra-flexible, SpeedLink can customise a solution for your mission requirement. So, whether it is a letter going across town, and spare part going to an awaiting vessel or stem cells racing to a lab, SpeedLink can deliver a suitable solution to virtually anywhere on the globe.
"Dealing with SpeedLink on a day-to-day basis has proved to be very easy. We make a telephone call, look at the options available, and then let them get on with the job while we concentrate on our business. — Robert D. Frost