The UK supply chain needs to continue to deliver in these testing times and we can be on hand to help.
The shortage of HGV drivers in the UK continues to rise during these uncertain times. Shipping freight without lorry drivers could help to avoid shortages of essential supplies – including food, medical supplies and other equipment. UK logistics could be impacted just as badly as any other sector, but it must keep working to ensure shops are stocked and essential supplies reach their destination.
Using the unaccompanied freight model that operates successfully on the Irish Sea could help many businesses to survive during this time and play their part in the national response. Rather than travel as accompanied freight, with a cab and driver, cargo that is not perishable, or where time is not of the essence, can move on unaccompanied services. This means that only the lorry trailer containing the goods is shipped.