L.JACKSON AND CO LTD can provide a comprehensive freight forwarding service.
Exports to any part of the world are possible and our freight department can deal with any shipment of equipment whether its 1 item or 1000 items.
We can offer land, sea, or air freight.
We can apply for and obtain any BIS export licence dependent on restrictions and approval. Details
We are regularly importing and exporting vehicles in and out of the UK not to mention our operations within Europe, Africa, America, Australia and middle East.
We use a variety of different shipping firms and transport companies so that we can obtain the most competitive rates available.
Running our own fleet of trucks for transporting the vehicles has been our success within this sector.
We can also offer full loading and off loading facilities at our Misson depot. Loads from 500kg to 45,000kg can be handled with ease.
Also our purpose built loading ramp has saved considerable time when turning loads around quickly.
We negotiate directly with the shipping companies to obtain the best rates for moving your cargo.
We arrange shipments from and to all major ports in the UK.
Our location are ideally placed to deliver to all of the major export ports such as Hull, Felixstowe, Sheerness, Tilbury, Immingham, Harwich or Southampton.
We offer FCL* AND GP* containers from the UK to Worldwide
We are also able to offer RORO* (roll on - roll off ) for the shipment of vehicles.
* FCL (an abbreviation for "Full Container Load" 20' and 40' boxes)
shipment provides secure watertight transport from warehouse to warehouse, packed and sealed by the shipper, unsealed and unpacked by the consignee.
Transportation in ocean containers (if the length of the boat does not exceed 19 feet).
It is most cost-effective to charter a 40-foot container that is suitable for most goods.
* GP (General Purpose) containers are suitable for the carriage of most types of cargo.
* RORO (or ro-ro) ships are vessels designed to carry wheeled cargo,
such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers, and railroad cars, that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels.