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Hastings-Sunrise, Vancouver, BC
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We are Vancouver's oldest independent courier service since 1996. The owner is the dispatcher meaning he is hands on and knows what's going on at all times. Our quality customer service and online ordering keeps our customers loyal to us.
With our online ordering and tracking system time in transit and pricing quotes are fast and easy. The rate calculator helps you to determine what level of service you require. Online tracking allows you to see your deliveries picked up, delivered, confirmed.
Same day and overnight delivery.
You need your deliveries to get to their destination on time and we can do that - every time. Envelopes to containers, we can do it all. We offer bike messenger, car and truck delivery service anywhere in Metro Vancouver and the World. We are the fastest courier service in Vancouver. Any package, Anywhere - Phantom Courier gets it there!
Same day cut off?
You've got to be kidding, we’re in the same city, why wouldn’t we do it if we can?
325 Howe St. #B301 · Vancouver, BC V6C 1Z7
Phantom Couriers is Vancouver's most reliable courier company since 1996.
Any Package, Any Where - Phantom Couriers gets it there!
City Of Vancouver Profile:
The Hastings-Sunrise area has the famous PNE Fairgrounds and Hastings Horseracing Park. This is mostly a residential, working class and ethnically diverse area with services and shops running along Hastings Street. The north side of Hastings-Sunrise you can see across Burrard Inlet to the North Shore Mountains. On the east side of Hastings-Sunrise is the City of Burnaby starting at Boundary Road.
In 1863 the Province of BC set aside land for development of a deep sea port on Burrard Inlet. New Brighton a vacation resort came into being along the shores of Burrard Inlet instead. By stage coach vacationers travelled to the New Brighton Hotel coming all the way from New Westminster and then plied the Burrard Inlet on ferry from Moodyville a logging operation, then to Stamp’s Mill and back to New Brighton.
Eventually New Brighton’s name changed to Hastings in 1869 in honor of Admiral George Hastings. Hastings grew and had many firsts, first hotel, post office, road, real estate deal, subdivision and first ferry between Victoria and Burrard Inlet.