Grange Shipping is an independent freight forwarder established in 1979. We offer road, sea and air freight to importers and exporters globally as well as customs clearance services, warehousing and much more.
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Customs Clearance, Container Haulage, Road Freight, ERTS & Warehousing, NVOCC Services, Air Freight, Port Agency and Vessel Chartering.
As freight forwarders of over 40 years experience we offer a broad range of shipping services. We also have a number of specialisms from hazardous cargo to fresh produce.
We aim to bring you news from Grange Shipping along with up to date information on issues and changes affecting the industry.
At Grange Shipping we have a long tradition in handling project cargo movements and understanding the special requirements that need careful consideration during the process.
We are a UK customs agent / broker with over 40 years experience handling the customs clearance requirements of imports, exports and transhipments. We offer a discrete and neutral service with dedicated points of contact.
Are you aware we can offer heavy haulage and low loader transportation in the UK?
Today, the IMO is celebrating the fourth edition of its global campaign: Day of the Seafarer, held every year on 25 June.
Members of the PCS (Public and Commercial Services) Union working at HMRC and the Border Force are expected to take strike action from 0700hrs 10th July 2014 to 0700hrs 11th July 2014.
Shipper blast for shipping lines that have become like banks: ‘takers not makers’
By The Loadstar On August 27, 2014
Customer advisory regarding the current UK haulage situation.
We offer road freight services throughout Europe (and beyond) and have longstanding relationships with a number of well known companies and household names.
An article in our regular trade magazine, BIFAlink caught our attention this month and it's an important development our customers should be aware of.
Road hauliers argue that the ‘protectionist’ measures will penalise foreign operators, and that the level of fines is disproportionate