Forwarding Company FAQs: 4 Ways to Get Cargo from A to B

Whilst there are a number of methods employed by forwarding companies throughout the UK and the rest of the world, there are also a selection of factors that help specialist couriers like Eurosonix source the right solution for your scenario. Your final destination will often determine the fastest route for your cargo, whilst your budget may also come into consideration, but what methods can be called upon by the forwarding company you choose to handle your deliveries to Europe and further afield?

Discover four ways that forwarding companies get your cargo from A to B and ultimately find a reliable and cost effective option for your upcoming delivery.

By air

Air travel is often considered the most convenient way to get from one place to the next, however, taking to the skies isn’t just reserved for getaways to somewhere hot and sunny. Direct air freight has become a must for the average, and not so average, forwarding company, making more than 200 countries easily accessible.

By sea

Now for something a little more traditional, ocean freight has been used for as long as we can remember but ocean forwarding services are far from old-fashioned.

Thanks to a team of highly skilled experts and integrated databases stationed across the globe, our ocean freight services are the most comprehensive around with cross dock management, bespoke solutions, full customs brokerage, communication and tracking systems, and strategic alliances all being used to get less container and full container loads to their final destinations.

By road

Deliveries to Europe are a common part of life for a dedicated forwarding company, and whether you want just one parcel or pallet shipped or a full load transported, road travel is an affordable way to take advantage of our network of couriers.

By rail

Rail transport is also a great option for those looking to balance safety and cost effectiveness, and a number of cargo types are delivered daily by rail in a timely manner.