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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Latest News
Industry news aggregated by Future Forwarding
  • Forwarders accuse $13/kg freighter airlines of ‘profiteering’ from Covid crisis April 3, 2020
    Airfreight rates for medical supplies have hit more than $13 per kg, causing some forwarders to claim that freighter airlines are “profiteering” from the Covid-19 crisis. But however, many medical supplies are no longer getting through to end-users, following new Chinese regulations. On 31 March, the Chinese government responded to complaints from the EU that […]
    Alex Lennane
  • Carriers cancel low-sulphur surcharges as fuel prices drop – along with demand April 3, 2020
    Container spot rates from Asia to Europe remained stable this week and, having withdrawn around a third of headhaul capacity for April, carriers will hope they have done enough to match the collapse in demand. This week’s Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) component for North Europe ticked down by 1.8% to $750 per teu, which […]
    Mike Wackett
  • COVID-19 clouds freight rate forecasting, stimulates demand April 3, 2020
    [caption caption="Demand for rate forecasting is a symptom of a broader desire for forward-looking visibility, something still rare in the supply chain. Photo credit:"][/caption]The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is bringing new urgency to the development of freight price forecasting tools that can help shippers quickly adapt to fast-changing market...
    Apr 03, 2020 5:18PM EDT
  • US truckload shippers must prioritize carrier ties during recession: analysts April 3, 2020
    [caption caption="Trucking companies are bound to suffer in a US economic recession, so a strategic shipper will find ways to weather the storm together. Photo credit: North Dakota Department of Transportation."][/caption]Trucking companies will have less freight to haul as the pandemic-fueled recession spreads across the United States, but shippers of...
    Apr 03, 2020 5:01PM EDT
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