Van OD was founded in 2014 with the aim of making it easier to live in the city without a car, by providing a taxi-like van service to the people of Bristol. Starting life like most "man with van" services, as just one person with a van, we now have a growing network of owner-drivers enabling us to offer a range of van sizes, and increasingly short notice availability to our customers. Operating this way also enables us to provide a high level of reliability, as if one driver or van is out of action for any reason, in most cases we have enough capacity to honour all our bookings.
Reliability and professionalism are core to what we do. To maintain high standards, all our drivers are hand picked and we regularly catch up with them face to face. As a minimum all drivers we work with are required to have the relevant insurance for this type of work, including Goods In Transit and Public Liability cover.
|Since 2015 Bristol Wood Recycling Project have been recommending us to their customers for delivery of all kinds of wood items from scaffold planks to their beautiful custom made furniture.|
|We've been working in partnership with Real Economy since June 2016, as they expand their operation delivering local produce to customers across the city. We currently run two simultaneous delivery routes on a weekly basis.|
|We've been helping Espensen Spirit with their van needs since 2015 as they grow their business producing flavoured booze and running their bar on Whitehall Road.|
|Sheridan Myers specialise in the delivery of school meals and have large contracts with several local authorities across the UK. We have been providing relief cover for their regular drivers in Bristol since March 2017.|
|Sharing our love of things that are on demand, and combining it with cake, 280 Bakes offer a brilliant service called CakeOD. Order a cake by 12:30pm and they'll make and deliver it the same day!|
|Since it was founded in 2008, Bristol Bike Project have been refurbishing unwanted bikes while providing valuable training to underprivileged and marginalised groups and the general public.|