Terry Lawrence, owner-operator of F.A.S. Delivery in Comox, stands at the ready to help you get your shipment where it needs to be, or bring your goods or precious cargo back to the Island – fast!

Is delivery time critical for your shipment? You’ve got options!

Well-connected Comox firm helps reduce business down time, solve personal logistics challenges

If you’ve experienced a time when it was critical to have something shipped immediately from one place to another, you know the constraints of traditional delivery systems can be frustrating.

Terry Lawrence works with people in such scenarios every day as the owner of F.A.S. Delivery in Comox.

For more than 34 years, F.A.S. has put items into the hands of people who need them, pronto. From rushing lifesaving medication to a man who left it behind before an Arizona holiday, to bringing a computer circuit board from Germany to a remote northern Vancouver Island site in 27 hours, the possibilities are endless, Lawrence says.

“Our specialty is bringing people or industry together with their parts or needs when regular courier service just isn’t fast enough,” he says. “We bend to the environment you need when it comes to solving your shipping requirements.”

So what does that look like?

A recent call came from a client in Prince George who needed their shipment in Vancouver ASAP. Using its connections, F.A.S. picked it up at 6 p.m. and delivered it that night. Another situation saw them rush parts needed to fix a washing machine on an industrial tugboat, from Campbell River to the dock in Nanaimo where the boat was waiting. “We’re able to accommodate those critical, time-sensitive parts and/or equipment deliveries you need to maintain your business’ flow of goods and services,” Lawrence says.

Ask about your options for getting any type of item here quickly or sending it to your contact near or far afield!

Business or personal, get it there fast!

F.A.S. helps reduce down time for businesses and organizations ranging from commercial fishing, logging and aeronautics to national defence, pharmaceuticals and more. But your individual requirements are equally important, whether it’s a need to have valuable property shipped here, or need paperwork expedited for a long-distance move to the Comox Valley. With long-established air and ground transportation links, F.A.S. can provide time-sensitive solutions.

General overnight deliveries for your convenience

While F.A.S. Delivery is your go-to option for expedited shipments, they’re also an authorized FedEx dealer, able to accept regular overnight deliveries to anywhere in the world. With prices similar to calling FedEx directly, F.A.S provides this service for your convenience!

For more details on shipping options through F.A.S. Delivery, drop by Unit 1-821 Shamrock Pl. in Comox, visit them at fasdelivery.com, call 250-339-4233 or email info@fasdelivery.com.


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