The Driving in Europe Checklist

Many UK families travel to Europe for their summer holidays. Whilst driving in Europe is much like driving in the UK, there are a few key differences you need to be aware of. If you don’t know the rules and … Continued

Caledonian Couriers En Route To Five Stars

Back in November we applied to join the ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme and we were thrilled to find out that we were the 100th company in Glasgow to become a member. The ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme is a … Continued

UberEats Launches in Glasgow

Everything you need to know about the new food delivery service around town The company behind the taxi service Uber have just launched their new on-demand food delivery service in Glasgow. How it works? Similar to their taxi service, everything … Continued

5 Unusual Parcel Deliveries Worldwide

Caledonian Courier have been entrusted to deliver letters, documents, parcels, pallets and all sorts of other consignments all over the for the past 22 years. However, all that experience still leaves us impressed by the skill, quirkiness or sheer madness … Continued

Scotland’s Most Congested Roads Revealed

A new report by Inrix has revealed that outside London, Scotland has 2 of the top 3 most traffic congested routes in the UK. It’s 5pm. All you want to do is go home, but you’re utterly helplessly stuck in … Continued

August Newsletter

ISO 9001 ISO 9001 It’s a clean bill of health for Caledonian. Having achieved ISO 9001 : 2008 in 2015 we have again been approved by for 2016-17. Management system standards are highly prestigious and demanded worldwide by business and … Continued

April Fools or Behind the Times?

On 1st April, Edinburgh News ran a story claiming that driverless trams were set for an appearance on Edinburgh’s roads by 2017. Here’s the story. While very few people actually fell for the April Fools’ story, it got us thinking … Continued

The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Drones

It’s been pretty quiet on the Drone Watch front in recent months. Amazon Air were grounded with red tape. Lakemaid were told to delivery their beer by normal means. Australia ummed and awed, trying to decide whether or not drones … Continued

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