Are you looking for logistics support to operate your supply chain serving European customers? Then look no further than Import Services.
We are the leading European gateway logistics company, with distribution centers located at the container ports of Southampton and London, to provide cost-effective access to UK and Continental European markets.
Southampton is the first UK port of call for container ships arriving from the Far East and our London Gateway hub is located at Europe’s most advanced deep sea container port.
We provide storage of products, free of taxes, until after you make the sale and Import Services have built up trusted supply chains to your customers, from Amazon to Harrods! Increasingly drop ship and direct to consumer from Import Services’ port facilities, is paving the way for European supply chain logistics.
Import Services is already working with Melissa & Doug, K’Nex, Adams Golf, Learning Resources and Jakks Pacific by linking intelligent networks of supply chain services, with global real time information, to provide the optimum route to market.
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From the UKWA website: At the first Round Table meeting of the newly formed UKWA Logistics Users group, major retailers including Debenhams, John Lewis Partnership and Claire’s Accessories joined fellow members from the 3PL community to share views on key issues affecting the industry, including the potential immigration crisis post Brexit. In a frank discussion, […]
Floor Standing Display Units (FSDU’s) are assembled by our adept pre-retailing teams, working around the clock at our Southampton container port distribution centres. We then load the required merchandise prior to careful boxing and direct delivery to stores for the Majors, Multiples and Indi retailers. Mike Thomas, Client Services Director at Import Services said “Pre-Retailing […]
Following on from the BBC’s interview of Import Services Managing Director, John Enyon earlier this month, this week Roger Loveless, Import Services HR Director was recorded discussing the subject of potential Brexit impact on labour. Within the wide-ranging interview with correspondent Alastair Fee, Roger discussed the change in demographics from non-UK Nationals to UK Nationals […]