Merry Christmas from Heathrow
As we prepare to lock down for the festive season, and with only three sleeps to go until the big day, our guys at Uniserve Heathrow are mid way through their annual Christmas jumper day.
We brought you the Christmas jumper pictures from Tilbury earlier in the week and we are sure you will agree that the guys at Colnbrook have demonstrated a similar level of bad dress sense. That said, they have turned out in numbers with the best of intentions and a high dose of Christmas merriment.
Not everybody seemed to understand the tradition correctly, one decided to bring ‘the force’ with him instead of the ‘Christmas spirit’, even though our Sci-Fi jumper day isn’t usually until May the Fourth!
Our team, the current and five time BIFA airfreight award winners, have been hard at work with last minute Christmas orders over the past month.
Uniserve’s enviable base of major retail customers, means we have delivered many of the presents that sit under the UK’s Christmas trees this festive season.
On that note, Merry Christmas to all! We look forward to sharing more news with you in the New Year.
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