Festive Season – Hours And Cut Offs
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Yes, its that time of year once more, so below is all you need to know about Evolution’s timings and dates this holiday season.
FESTIVE SEASON WORKING HOURS
Friday, 20th Dec – 0900 to 1730 Hours
Saturday, 21st Dec – Closed
Sunday, 22nd Dec – Closed
Monday, 23rd Dec- Urgent Calls*
Tuesday, 24th Dec – Urgent Calls*
Wednesday, 25th Dec – Closed
Thursday, 26th Dec – Closed
Friday, 27th Dec – Urgent Calls*
Saturday, 28th Dec – Closed
Sunday, 29th Dec – Closed
Monday, 30th Dec – Urgent Calls*
Tuesday, 31st Dec – Urgent Calls*
Wednesday, 1st Jan – Closed
Thursday, 2nd Jan – 0900 to 1730 Hours
*On the days marked urgent calls, the office is not manned but if you call our number 0800 434 6244, you will be transferred to one of our team who will be happy to assist with any urgent matters.
FESTIVE SEASON CUT-OFFS
European – Deliveries Prior Christmas
Monday, 16th December
Airfreight – Deliveries Prior Christmas
Monday, 16th December
Ocean Freight – Departures Prior Christmas
Thursday, 12th December
DG Packing – Completed Before Christmas
Tuesday, 17th December
*The above provides a guideline only and their may be variations by country or product and unforeseen delays.
Evolution Forwarding specialise in the packing, documentation, compliance and movement of dangerous goods internationally, our expertise and willingness to get the job done has positioned us second to none in this important area.
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