MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM
Rooms 215-218, Second Floor
Building 308, World Freight Terminal
Manchester Airport M90 5PZ
Phone: +44 161 437 0300
Fax: +44 161 437 8456
Time Zone: UTC +0:00 (Western European Time)
Opening Hours: Weekdays 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Team Up with the Top Manchester Freight Forwarders
AIT delivers expert Manchester logistics, shipping support
Whether your business is local to Manchester, a U.K.-based organization or an international shipper, AIT's Manchester freight facilities are an ideal access point to our global network of resources and complete range of supply chain services and transportation management solutions.
As one of the most trusted Manchester logistics companies, AIT-Manchester shipping team is your go-to contact for regional and global solutions across air, sea, intermodal and ground, including:
- Import, export freight forwarding and customs clearance management across all modes
- 24/7 aircraft-on-ground services
- Transatlantic expertise
- Residential delivery offerings
- Storage and bonded warehousing
- Local cartage solutions
- Logistics consulting
- And much more!
Why choose AIT over other Manchester logistics or Manchester shipping companies?
AIT-Manchester freight forwarders do a lot more than shipping. We provide top-quality, flexible (yet affordable!) logistics solutions for organizations all over the world.
Far beyond simply moving your freight from A to B, we’ll act as your transportation services liaison—a deeply experienced and connected access point to a worldwide network of professionals and resources.
And not only can we handle local Manchester shipping and cartage, we have decades of expertise (and resources) across every cargo channel and method, from air to sea to road to rail.
Finally, our collection of logistics support services includes a mix of offerings Manchester shipping customers just won't find anywhere else, including insurance, advanced technology integrations, in-house customs brokerage, and more.
With what commodities are the AIT-Manchester forwarders most familiar?
Whether they’re shipping in-country, or elsewhere in the world, the consultative, high-touch AIT-Manchester team creates logistics solutions for transportation every day, and for nearly every industry. Most frequently, the AIT-Manchester team serves the aerospace, automotive manufacturing, medical, and retail industries.
Does AIT handle U.K. home delivery for e-Commerce or other business?
Yes, we do. In fact, our U.K. subsidiary, Panther Logistics, are renowned throughout the United Kingdom for their experience and expertise in two-man and white glove home delivery. Learn more.
Can AIT's Manchster freight forwarding team help me with my Brexit challenges?
Absolutely. No matter the outcome of the Brexit agreement, AIT is prepared for business as usual, and both our global and Manchester logistics teams are fully conversant with all customs procedures, including duty and tax payments, and will be happy to walk you through any new tax, tariff or duty processes.
And as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), Manchester is able to offer customers access to priority customs clearance treatment.
What security or quality credentials does the AIT-Manchester team hold?
AIT’s global quality assurance and cargo security processes are in effect at all our locations. Learn more about our commitment to quality, and explore our security capabilities. Our AIT-Manchester office also has the following certifications:
Does AIT have any other European locations?
Grow your reach and bottom line with the leading Manchester freight forwarders
Put our team of leading Manchester freight forwarders to work for you today. Simply reach out using the contact information above, or fill out a quick online form to be put in touch with an AIT representative.
Causes Supported by AIT-Manchster Team
- AIT Holiday Schedule - United Kingdom
- AIT Worldwide Logistics' UK facilities earn priority customs clearance as Authorized Economic Operators (October 2020)
- AIT Worldwide Logistics Acquires UK-Based Freight Forwarder ConneXion World Cargo (December 2018)