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Sunday Skip Deliveries

Sunday, a day traditionally associated with rest, for each and every one of us to take some much needed time out to enjoy with family, friends and loved-ones.

But, in a changing and increasingly hectic world, whereby our lifestyles are far more active than ever before, and disposable time at a minimum, Sunday is now more-than-ever a valuable day for getting things done.

All well and good, but not always achievable if many of the amenities that supply the resources required to complete said activities are not open or functioning, and hence the shift in Sunday opening times for many customer facing commercial businesses.

And while product suppliers and retail chains are solving one part of that conundrum, when you consider that much of the works being completed are of a DIY nature, it is more than likely that a further, more service driven element will also be compulsory. For which, the problem arises as many trade’ or construction industry organisations haven’t followed suit and are still closed on a Sunday.

One company that is reversing those fortunes are Mick George Ltd, who going forward will be supplying Skip deliveries in Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Peterborough, St. Ives and parts of Milton Keynes. The advance ties in with the businesses online platform, which also evolved to provide a more convenient service, allowing customers to shop at leisure, 24/7 from anywhere, anytime.

With thousands of Skips of all types and sizes for hire, operating from several strategically located depots across the nearby regions, Mick George Ltd have the industry knowledge and experience, backed by a 100% commitment to first-class customer service, to ensure you can complete any residential, trade or commercial developments without delay.

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They said:

Jon Stump, Finance Director at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘’Critical to the success of our business has been our ability to react accordingly to feedback from our customers and market demand. Sundays are very much accepted as operational days for many B2C companies, and although in the trade industry it is not so commonplace, we’re very much about innovation and bucking the trend, to satisfy our customers.’’


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