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The History of the NCA - 18/04/2005
The National Courier Association (NCA) was formed in 1988 as a trading Association to achieve a number of aims. High on this list was the desire to maintain a nationwide membership of such quality that each individual, no matter how small, could offer customers a reliable nationwide collection and delivery service.
The NCA consists of independent courier companies, and for administrative “purposes“ the country is split into seven regions: Scottish, Northern, Midlands, Eastern, South Western, South Eastern and Greater London.