Container Transport & Services – We offer a fleet of over 100 dedicated vehicles and a national network that enables us to operate from all the UK’s ports, including Southampton, Tilbury, London Gateway and Felixstowe.
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A multi-marque fleet of over 100 dedicated vehicles with telematic technology to ensure the safe and efficient running of our fleet.
Port Express has a network of strategically located container storage facilities based around the UK, providing long and short-term storage solutions.
Our additional logistics services, which ensure that a professional team manages your UK requirements every step of the way.
About Port Express
Established in 2004, Port Express are a highly effective ‘team’ providing a full range of container transport services to the supply chain industry.
Specialising in UK container haulage, Port Express works in partnership with its customers to provide innovative, cost-effective, reliable and environmentally friendly intermodal solutions.
Collaboration through exceptional, highly valued people is what sets Port Express apart. All of our team from customer services, operations, and with our hard working professional drivers, play an essential role in delivering our market leading services.
Continuing investment in new vehicles and trailers equipped with the latest technology, enables Port Express to maintain the highest possible standards, with a genuine commitment to the health and safety of our drivers, customers, other road users and our environment.
Rest In Peace Steve ‘Jesse’ James
It was with great sadness that last week we lost one of our oldest colleges and friends Steve ‘Jesse’ James.
Liverpool Port Dispute Comes To An End
The latest planned strike at the Port of Liverpool has been cancelled as the union and management come to an agreement.
Port Express Matt Climbs Ben Nevis
Port Express Transport Planner Matt King completed his climb of the UK’s highest mountain this month.
Liverpool Strike As Redundancy Looms
Workers at the Port of Liverpool have started their second strike as the port restructures due to downturn.