Our Promise

To provide a professional service transporting customers goods, whilst ensuring their safe on-time arrival at a competitive price.

Air

We offer our clients a first class service, while availing them of the most competitively negotiated rates.

Ocean

Sea freight has been revolutionised in recent years with quicker transit times, more sailings and tighter controls on arrivals and departures.

Road

At Sandford Freight UK we strive for efficiency and making our operations as streamline as possible, thus minimizing our carbon footprint.

About Us

Sandford Freight UK Limited is a privately owned and managed company providing an international freight forwarding and logistics service.

Sandford Freight was established in London Heathrow Airport in 1998, the business grew rapidly based on our ethos of providing a personal service and ensuring that our customers’ requirements are always the number one priority.

This has been the cornerstone of our business and a key ingredient of our success to this day.

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  • 200 years’ experience

    Collectively our staff have over 200 years’ experience in the international freight forwarding industry.

  • Professional and personal service

    Small enough to care – big enough to fulfill all of your freight forwarding needs – at the most competitive price.

  • Highly knowledgeable and highly trained staff

    Our team is highly trained and motivated to achieve the best possible logistical solutions for our clients.

  • The best price

    At Sandford Freight UK we work closely with our suppliers to manage the global economic pressures that can affect price, to provide cost effective solutions for our customers.

  • Security Listed Agent

  • AEO Approved Forwarder

Sandford Freight UK Blog

No Sailing due Storm Barra UK 

You may previously have seen in the news this week that Storm…

HS (Harmonised System) of Tariffs 2022

The online version of the 2022 edition of the HS is now available…

EU Declarations 

From 1 January 2022, checks will be intensified in the United…

Ports Expected To Be Clogged Through 2022

Ongoing port delays and other unprecedented disruptions; with…

We are Hiring: 2 New Positions in Operations

Due to continued expansion here at Sandford Freight UK, we are…

Sea Exports to USA

Please note maritime export shipping are experiencing major issues…

LCL Shipments Rejected

Lines are now not accepting LCL bookings if the shipment contains…

Extreme Weather in China – Typhoon Season & Flooding

The newest treat to the global supply chain industry is the extreme…

Freight Industry News

RSS British International Freight Association

  • Removal of ‘Attend an Inland Border Facility (IBF)’ Online Service
    BIFA has been advised by HMRC that the ‘Attend an IBF’ online service will be removed from 29th July 2024. PLEASE NOTE: No action is required by traders. Customers who Find Out More The post Removal of ‘Attend an Inland Border Facility (IBF)’ Online Service appeared first on British International Freight Association.
  • BIFA adds Solent group to Young Forwarder Network
    BIFA Press Release | BIFA celebrated the recent launch of the Solent branch of its Young Forwarder Network with a visit to the Wallenius Wilhelmsen ro-ro terminal at the port Find Out More The post BIFA adds Solent group to Young Forwarder Network appeared first on British International Freight Association.
  • CDS Document Codes Update – Actions to take
    Following the forthcoming CDS update, due to be delivered on the 19th of July, CDS will start to reject declarations if the document ID or document reason is not completed, or Find Out More The post CDS Document Codes Update – Actions to take appeared first on British International Freight Association.
  • M25 / Summer disruption messaging
    BIFA has been contacted by the DfT with information regarding road related issues within the Southeast of England. On the M25, please find the National Highways M25 release here advising Find Out More The post M25 / Summer disruption messaging appeared first on British International Freight Association.
  • CDS Arrived Exports Re-Routing Guidance
    HMRC has issued guidelines for traders using GVMS ports, detailing the process for redirecting goods between arrived export locations. Please see the attached document for more information. Find Out More The post CDS Arrived Exports Re-Routing Guidance appeared first on British International Freight Association.

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