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Year of the DRAGON!

With many imports coming in from China and the Far East this is a busy time in the world of freight forwarding as we strive to get sea, air and courier shipments into the UK, before Chinese New Year festivities begin and China closes down as it welcomes in the New year. Chinese New Year festival is the most important traditional festival and public
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Seal the Deal! Shipping terms of sale explained…

Whether you are importing or exporting you will need to agree shipping terms/terms of sale with the shipper/consignee. These terms establish who is responsible for which charges when it comes to delivering the goods to the final destination. Selections of the most common terms are listed here: DDP: Delivery duty paid The seller has to bear the risks and all costs, including taxes, duties
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Festive Season Business Ho-ho-hours!

Unipac Christmas Opening Hours: We shall close for Christmas on 23rd December at 17.30 Business will resume 28th December at 09.00 Unipac New Year Opening Hours: We shall close for the New Year celebrations on 30th December at 17.30 Business will resume on 3rd January at 09:00 To avoid disappointment and to ensure your goods are booked for collection, please make your bookings by
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**NEWS FLASH**

FCL SEA FREIGHT RATES SLASHED!! MASSIVE sea freight rate reductions! If you are importing into the UK from VIETNAM and CHINA contact us today! Make the most of these crazy rate reductions, contact our team with your requirement! Why pay more?! DONT MISS OUT!! [email protected]  


Future is bright for Liverpool Docks!

LIVERPOOL was built around its port, and, even though the docks have changed beyond recognition over the past generation, the city will always rely on its port for so much that is fundamental to its economic success. That is why today’s news about Sefton securing cash aid for a vital dredging scheme for the Mersey must be welcomed by all who have the region’s
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What to look for in a Freight Fowarder…

Picture the scene…You have your freight quotes in front of you, you glance through to the total cost, and you pick the cheapest supplier….BEWARE!! You want your goods collected on time, delivered on time and of course to arrive in one piece!! So just how do you choose a good reputable supplier?   Excellent Reputation: Other people’s experiences can help you when choosing a
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Thailand Floods!

Heavy monsoon rainfalls continue to cause severe flooding in Thailand, creating havoc and causing massive disruption to sea and air freight. With many feeder services in Thailand and Bangkok Port  cancelled and air cargo not leaving the country, we will try and keep you as updated as possible with your shipments. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any concerns you may have
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Gift of Bell Boats to the City of Penglai

We are honoured to have been chosen as the freight forwarder to assist with the City of Penglai regatta. Our involvement is to deliver safely, securely and on time the gift of Bell-Boats as donated by David W Train of Mainsport. Following a naming ceremony given by David Cameron, the boats known as “Spirit of China and Energy Climate Era” and “Spirit of Penglai
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Protect your Cargo!

Here at Unipac we understand the importance of your shipment and will endeavour to get your goods delivered safely, securely and on time. To give you complete peace of mind Marine Freight Insurance will cover your shipment from collection point through to final destination. Shipping insurance will usually cover the full value of the cargo without any excess. Remember – insurance is not compulsory and you
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The Rolling Sea!

We offer every solution here at Unipac Shipping for importing and exporting your goods via Sea. This is a great method of transportation for all different sizes of shipment, LCL (less than container load) FCL (full container load) the key is to make sure you have allowed yourself enough time, as depending on where your goods are coming in from or being sent to,
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