Reaching any mainland UK address, tomorrow
When you’re shipping across the UK, ICR can safely deliver by the next day. And we’ll let you choose the delivery time, so no-one has to wait in all day.
Why chose ICR for Overnight Delivery?
It’s all about speed and reliability. Our extensive UK delivery network is running 24/7, to make sure we keep your promises to the business or individual waiting at the other end.
When you call us, our expert staff will answer any kind of query, from handling paperwork to packaging goods for transit.
And if your delivery is urgent, let us know straight away. We might be able to upgrade you and get it there today…
How are volume charges calculated?
Your UK overnight shipment will be charged by the actual dead weight, or the volumetric weight, whichever is greater. Your quotes are subject to weight and dimension verification at our depot and if the weight changes, due to the dimension, you’ll receive an email letting you know. Here’s an easy way to work out the chargeable weight of your shipment:
Length (cms) x Height (cms) x Width (cms) divided by 5000 = volume weight in Kgs.
What is an over-gauge shipment and how will it affect the price and delivery time?
If any single package exceeds 30kgs (dead or volume weight,) is over 120cm in length, or if the total dimensions are over 330cms in combined length and girth, your shipment will be charged an over-gauge surcharge, as it is too large to be processed via the standard UK overnight network. We can still accept your shipment and deliver it, but there may be an extra day or two in transit time, due to the logistics of moving your over-gauge shipment across the UK.
Do you need Security Tagging?
If your package is valuable, precious or fragile, we can upgrade your delivery and separate it from other goods as it travels across the UK. Then you can track your package through every individual stage of its journey, using the latest Security Tagging system to give you absolute peace of mind.
Security Tagging can be arranged at the point of booking, for a charge of £10 per shipment.