Well, we’ve all eaten the turkey, (or most of it), and we’ve opened our presents. New Years Eve has been and gone, and so have the hangovers (hopefully). We are now in 2013, and I could have thrown myself right into the mix, and started to rant about the poor weather in England, and how it has hampered both people moving, and removal companies.
I could even have a rant about why budget airlines are threatening strikes, and that commuters ability to travel is also being hampered by the fact that rail ticket prices are about to go up, (or so I’ve read). However, with today being the day most of us are back to work after the festive break, this is probably the last thing anyone wants to hear so I’m going to steer clear of all this doom and gloom, and focus on the good within the transport world.
When I say focus on the good, I mean that I would like to send a message to all the removal companies across the UK and Europe that have worked tirelessly over Christmas and New Year to make sure their customers have had the level of service they need.
It’s not easy towards the end of the year, the world seems to go a bit mad when it comes to December, and early January, and I personally know just how busy removal companies are, and that their ability to get about, and deliver customers’ belongings on time isn’t easy. There’s the weather for a start, plus the added amount of traffic on the roads.
However, I’m sure many of you reading this will be satisfied that you’ve made it through unscathed both from a company, and customer’s point of view. Now is the time to grasp “the bull by the horns”, and think about how you, as the owner can help your removal business expand through this year, and I wish you all the very best of luck.
Happy New Year to you all, and may it be a prosperous one!
Author: Julie Coburn