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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  • Good news and cautious news for liners in the run-up to IMO 2020 October 14, 2019
    Fresh concerns have been raised over the liner industry’s ability to recoup the increased fuel costs from IMO 2020. McKinsey partner Steve Saxon said there was “some good and some cautious news” for carriers in the run up to 1 January, when the new low-sulphur fuel regulation kicks in. “The good news is there will […]
    Sam Whelan
  • UPS and FedEx peak season delivery charges ‘have more lasting bite this year’ October 14, 2019
    Shippers celebrating the demise of peak residential delivery charges or the prospect of moderate parcel rate increases in 2020 had better take a second look: the devil is in the details. Both UPS and FedEx announced they would not levy a residential delivery surcharge during the peak season – not a huge surprise, given that […]
    Gavin van Marle
  • Asia-Europe rate hits new low despite capacity cuts October 14, 2019
    [caption caption="Carriers are struggling to raise spot rates on Asia-North Europe, despite sailing cuts being made on the trade. Photo credit:"][/caption]Carriers preparing for a sharp increase in costs as they switch to low-sulfur fuel over the next two months appear to be falling back into their old predatory pricing...
    Oct 14, 2019 11:38AM EDT
  • DP World joins Indian logistics tech startup race October 14, 2019
    [caption caption="The CEO of DP World Subcontinent said the goal of a new collaborative tech development effort is to reduce logistics costs in India, thereby making domestic goods more competitive globally. Photo credit:"][/caption]Mirroring a “Silicon Valley” investment ecosystem, India’s logistics technology startups appear to have become a darling of...
    Oct 14, 2019 10:33AM EDT
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