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We have years of experience with container transport, which means that you don’t need to worry about anything once you’ve handed your goods to us. We’re committed to getting them to the desired location securely and in a timely manner.
Our land transportation division provides you with the reliable, efficient truckload and less-than-load (LTL) services you’d need for your shipment by road to your desired port.
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The biggest advantage of using road and rail cargo services is that they’re affordable and in particular, they’re perfect for short-distance shipments. In addition, shipping container haulage within the UK tends to be easy to organise; in most cases, you’d only need to fill in a single administrative document.
There are two main types of container haulage by land – transport of goods by road (e.g. by a truck) or rail (e.g. by a train). Road cargo would be a great choice for you if you need an affordable service but bear in mind that unforeseen circumstances such as harsh weather conditions and traffic jams may delay the delivery. On the other hand, rail cargo can’t be affected by traffic jams, so it’s more reliable. However, if you’re after short-distance shipping, it’s more expensive than container haulage by road.
If you’re looking to ship abroad, you might choose to ship your container by land (land freight), sea (also known as ocean freight) or air (known as air freight). To decide which is the best option for you, think about the following:
How far are you shipping your goods? Land freight tends to be the best option for shorter distances.