Supreme Import Services

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

Sea Import

FCL, LCL and NVOCC groupage services from all worldwide locations.

Air Import

Direct airline & consolidation services from all worldwide locations.

Customs Clearance

Electronic links to all UK sea ports & airports.

Road Import

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

Container Devanning

Specialists in port & inland E.R.T.S. devanning.

Specialist Customs Procedures

Experts in Customs clearance, CFSP, T1 bonds including NCTS.

Import Documentation

Creating house of bills of lading at origin along with any international trade documentation.

Marine Insurance

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

Door to Door Import

Collection from suppliers premises through to client’s address, express or economy.

Warehousing & Distribution

Storage, packing, palletisation & a nationwide daily distribution service.

Duty Deferment

Duty & VAT payments direct to HMRC on behalf of our clients.


Experts on the importation and CVED documentation of fresh and frozen foods.


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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