Road Freight on the move
Do you buy products from multiple suppliers?
If you buy from more than one UK supplier and pay the charges for freight transport yourself, you will want to maximise efficiency.
We can collect the individual orders from your suppliers, collate the shipments together at our transit warehouse, get them ready for freight transport, and ship them all to you together, saving you time and money.
Believe it or not, we even help with progress chasing. Just send us a copy of your purchase orders and we will contact your suppliers on your behalf to find out when the goods are available for export. Once we have the goods in our freight transport system, you can either check their progress online or we will send regular updates – whichever you prefer.
International freight could simply not be easier.
Contact us with your requirements.
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