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“It is what it is ” Great new products available with Buzzwholesale ltd

April 27th, 2015

Guided by relentless focus, we will constantly strive to implement the critical initiatives required to achieve our vision of being number one. In doing this, we will deliver operational excellence in every corner of the Company and meet or exceed our commitments to the many customers we serve. All of our long-term goals and short-term actions will be moulded by a set of core values that are shared by each and every member of the Buzzwholesale team.

 

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Check out the serious gadgets on offer, with all the best prices on the net……..

 

 

parcel drop box ( christmas campaign )

December 1st, 2014

What’s your take on Christmas and the massive Shopping boom it brings……….

 

 

 

parcel drop box

November 28th, 2014

parcel drop box warns of scammers

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royal mail delivering on a sunday ? must be the need to serve, www.parcel-drop-box.co.uk

September 2nd, 2014

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Royal Mail to launch Sunday parcel delivery trial this weekend

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Royal Mail launches its new trial Sunday delivery service this weekend, for addresses in and around London.

The move aims to make it easier for online shoppers to receive their parcels if they

parcel compaines see massive hike in profits, increase need for parcel drop box

September 2nd, 2014

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August 19th, 2014

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SOME REASONS WHT YOU SHOULD GET A PARCEL DROP BOX

August 19th, 2014

STUCK ON ROOF PARCEL

August 19th, 2014

‘Stuck on roof – sorry!’: Delivery firm forced to apologise after homeowner returns to find parcel wedged in guttering

  • Driver left no explanation as to how package ended up 20ft above door
  • The note said: ‘Today I called to deliver your parcel. Stuck on roof – sorry’
  • Customer Benjamin Ward, from Hove, still has no idea how it got there
  • Company myHermes has already sent a worker with a ladder to retrieve it

 

 

An online shopper has been left dumbfounded after a parcel he ordered was left wedged in his gutter – 20ft above his front door – by a bungling delivery company.

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July 29th, 2014

VAN WRAP 1 VAN WRAP 4 VAN WRAP 2 VAN WRAP 3

VERY EXCITED TO SEE THE VAN BACK WITH ITS NEW WRAP

Buzzwholesale ltd cant wait for the games

July 23rd, 2014

Glasgow ready for Commonwealth Games opening ceremony

Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will attend Celtic Park ceremony where Rod Stewart and Susan Boyle will be among performers
Queen's baton
The Queen’s baton in Queen’s Park, Glasgow, on the eve of the Commonwealth Games. Photograph: Glasgow 2014 /Getty Images

Competing at the Commonwealth Games could provide a breakthrough for young athletes, Sir Chris Hoy has said, as Glasgow prepares for an opening ceremony that Scots believe will recapture the excitement of the curtain-raiser of the London Olympic Games.

Hoy, whose six cycling golds make him Team GB’s most successful Olympian, said part of him wished he was competing, but he realised he was past his best.

The Queen, as head of the Commonwealth, will attend Wednesday evening’s ceremony with the Duke of Edinburgh. Singers Rod Stewart, Susan Boyle and Amy Macdonald will be among those performing in front of a 40,000-strong crowd.

Organisers have said ordinary Glaswegians will also be heavily involved, and the ceremony will show people around the world “what we’re made of” in Scotland, while celebrating values of unity and diversity.

“I know I will be very emotional,” said Hoy of the opening gala at Celtic Park. “Part of me wishes I was competing, but I knew I was not going to be at my best so it was time to step aside. It was amazing to finish on top in London. I had a fair crack of the whip.”

Hoy, who made his breakthrough in Manchester’s Commonwealth Games in 2002, sidestepped questions about any political significance of the Games for the Scottish referendum vote on 18 September. “It will be political for the politically minded, but for athletes it will be the last thing on their minds,” Hoy told BBC Radio 4′s Today programme.

David Cameron will do his bit to boost the Games. In a speech in Glasgow on Wednesday evening, the prime minister will highlight the