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
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  • Cool Chain Association hosts Fifth Global Perishables Event at Europe’s largest fresh and food hub at Venlo April 24, 2019
    The Cool Chain Association (CAA) will host its Fifth Global Perishables Event at Europe’s largest fresh and food hub at Venlo, the Netherlands, on 14th and 15th of May 2019, putting the emphasis on helping to reduce food waste. Waste -to-energy solutions, the importance of standards in the cool chain, and collaboration with blockchain, are just some […]
    Alex Lennane
  • Schiphol ‘local rule’ for freighter slots gets green light from government April 24, 2019
    Freighters will have more access to slots at Schiphol Airport, following the Dutch government’s approval of the ‘local rule’.  The rule will come into effect on August 31, but only likely to become operational after the summer season.  The rule essentially deals with three slot issues and will allow full freighters to maintain historic rights by adjusting […]
    Alex Lennane
  • Video: More than cost, more than speed November 25, 2019
    Along the supply chain, the freight forwarder is the link between multiple parties and integrator of data, Samuel Shapiro & Co.’s Director of Supply Chain Angela Czajkowski noted at the 2018 JOC Logistics Technology Conference. In this interview, Czajkowski discussed the steps freight forwarders need to take to remain relevant...
  • Knight-Swift profits in ‘less robust’ US trucking market April 24, 2019
    [caption caption="Despite a \"less robust\" marketplace in the first quarter, Knight-Swift and its subsidiaries improved profitability significantly, with fewer tractors and less revenue. Photo Credit:"][/caption]A “less robust” market awash with storms and flooding siphoned first-quarter revenue from the largest US truckload operator, Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings. However, Knight-Swift boosted its...
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