Same Day Courier From Cambridge to Hull

Same Day Courier Cambridge to Hull.

Distance = 142 miles Cost = 142 x 88p = £124.96 NO VAT this is the final price.

We calculate the fastest route from Cambridge to Hull. Many companies use a system which does not always choose the most direct route and so charge more. We calculate the distance from Central Cambridge to central Hull as 142 miles via he Humber Bridge although this may vary according to the exact postcodes we are collecting from and delivering to.

When we calculate the rate between two points we use Google maps. This gives us the mileage. We charge just 88p per mile and no VAT to ensure our customers get discounts of around 40% compared to our competitors.

To Book your Same Day Delivery from Cambridge to Hull
and to confirm the price call us now on 01223 755 655


Hull (or more correctly Kingston upon Hull), is a city situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire.  Over time, the city of Hull has operated as market town, a fishing and whaling centre, a trading hub and military supply port.

The whole economy of Hull was developed on trade and seafaring in whaling and later on in seafishing.  Dating right back to mediaeval times, Hull’s principal trading links were with Scotland and northern Europe. Key trading areas for Hull’s merchants were with the Baltic and the Low Countries and Scandinavia. besides trading with France, Spain and Portugal. Hull’s expansion into world wide trading was the result of sail ships being replaced by steam ships. As a result of this, docks were opened up to enable Hull to trade with Australia, New Zealand and South America in frozen meats.

Even following the decline of the fishing industry in the 1970’s Hull still runs a busy port.  Besides handling around 13 million tonnes of cargo pa, and is projected to rise, it runs a roll-on roll-off ferry service to the european continent.

The industry in Hull is devoted to chemical and health care sectors.  The University of Hull’s Institute of Woundcare in collaboration with York Medical School, greatly benefits this industry. There are also several high profile British companies which have facilities in Hull such as Smith & Nephew and BP.

More recently, the economy has been further boosted, thanks to the retail sector and the increase in tourism.  Both higher education sectors and  the arts are more and more, playing a prominent role in  boosting the status and wealth of the city.

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