Supreme Export Services

We offer a wide range of Export Shipping & Forwarding Services:

Sea Export

FCL & LCL consolidation services to all worldwide destinations, including out of guage, abnormal and hazardous cargoes.

Air Export

Direct airline & consolidation services from all worldwide locations.

Door to Door Export

Direct from client’s premises through to consignee’s address.

Road Export

Container deliveries, Full/Part load and groupage trailer services to all UK & European destinations.


Tailor made projects to suit your individual requirements.

Cross Trades

Full range of services by air and sea, to and from any country worldwide.


Case / crate making for personal effects & specialist cargo.

Customs Export Brokerage

Experts in NES declarations & T2L completion.

Cargo Insurance

Comprehensive choice of insurance packages designed to cater for your needs.

Letters of Credit

Completion of letters of credit.

Export Documentation

Completion of International trade documentation, house bills of lading.

Express Courier Service

Send parcels & documents around the world on our express service


Latest News

McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) report on globalisation highlights the impact of sourcing goods

January 24, 2023

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They have published a new document discussing why the concentration in the origins of traded products is widespread, prompting questions about whether to diversify or decouple. This in turn means that trade patterns are expected to change, as recent economic…

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What are the new IMO regulations on carbon intensity?

January 11, 2023

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From November 2022 new frameworks have come in which require ships to improve their energy efficiency in the short term, reducing their greenhouse gas emissions in the longer term and lowering their carbon intensity. From 1 January 2023 it will…

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Another CDS delay with launch pushed back

January 4, 2023

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The replacement for CHIEF has already experienced delays in the switchover, and was expected to finally come into force in January, however this has now been pushed back to November to allow for more testing. It could also mean that…

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