Future Forwarding knows the importance of imports and exports to the UK market and reaches to Asia, North America and the rest of the world with our air freight services.

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Future Forwarding delivers global sea freight services for our customers through a variety of carriers. We focus on meeting your needs for price, service and schedule.

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Customs Clearance

Arrival of the goods is important, but without our experienced staff of Customs brokers who work with HM Revenue & Customs and other agencies to release the goods, supply chain delays ensue.

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Road Transport

Whether using our own trucks or that of a selected, qualified carrier, we can move your goods throughout the continent and EU countries on a dedicated or consolidated basis.

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Future Forwarding was formed in 1977 and we are proud to remain a privately owned company.

We believe since all freight forwarders and Customs brokers must use the same transport providers, what separates us from the crowd are our intensely personal service and our people. Our people are our greatest asset and we are grateful for the way they work tirelessly for our customers every day.

With a remarkable tenure and retention rate, Future Forwarding defies the industry trend and keeps our people, which gives our customers the best possible service.

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  • Snapshot: WiseTech Global – 1H ’21 revenue & ebitda up; stock hits 2021 lows February 25, 2021
    WiseTech (WTC) reported on Wednesday its interims for the first six months of fiscal 2021 (ended 31 December 2020). One key highlight, according to WTC, was “underlying NPAT up 61%*” (check out the table above; click to expand) as well as “efficiency initiatives on track to deliver $10 million of cost reductions in FY21”. (*Aka “bottom […]
  • Shipping lines start to give Myanmar a miss as protests impact supply chains February 24, 2021
    Shipping lines have begun suspending cargo bookings into Myanmar. A nationwide general strike took place yesterday, with hundreds of thousands on the streets protesting against the military power-grab on 1 February. “The situation is becoming more and more tense,” according to Hapag-Lloyd. “Operationally, the terminals in Myanmar are close to full capacity, and feeder services, road […]
    Sam Whelan
  • JOC Rankings: Niche carriers gained share of up-and-down trans-Pacific trade in 2020 February 24, 2021
    [caption caption="Ten of the JOC Top 15 Container Lines by US Imports from Asia handled increased volumes in 2020 as homebound consumers spent more on goods than services. Photo credit:"][/caption]Members of the 2M Alliance and smaller, specialty ocean carriers saw above-average growth in the trans-Pacific trade in 2020 as...
    Feb 24, 2021 4:31PM EST
  • Liner profitability could help justify cargo visibility investments February 24, 2021
    [caption caption="Some visibility providers have taken the approach that the container lines are best suited to invest in sensor technologies over forwarders and shippers. Photo credit:"][/caption]The need to better track their containers and the infusion of cash from a strong 2020 should, in theory, alleviate some of the concerns...
    Feb 24, 2021 4:00PM EST
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