WHO WE ARE.
PFE Express Ltd was founded in 1984 with one location and only 6 employees.
Today, we have over 120 team members based in 3 regional offices,
working with an extensive number of additional Partner offices.
We now provide freight forwarding services on a global scale. Due to our knowledge and experience, we are positioned to provide a solution for any of your logistics needs, no matter what the size of your requirements, with a commitment to offering you outstanding customer service.
We have a purpose built head office and warehousing facility in Witham, Essex which is home to the seafreight, warehousing, haulage and national distribution services. Air and sea freight exports are headquartered at our dedicated office and warehouse facility in Manchester, import air freights are headquartered at our dedicated office in Heathrow Airport.
HOW WE WORK.
We believe that our business is all about you. We do what it takes to make it easy for you to move your goods around the world.
We value working closely with our customers in order to provide bespoke freight forwarding solutions that achieve efficiencies and cost savings in all logistics operations including imports, exports and warehousing – both domestic and international.
Our expertise ensures that your product is delivered in the safest, most agile and most economical method possible. We have developed contracts with a broad carrier network that allows us to cater freight transport to your needs and budget, whatever the size.
This strategic organisation is constantly evaluated and improved upon with new partnerships formed on a regular basis, all to the benefit of our customers.
We are a member of both the British International Freight Association and the United Warehousing Association; professional bodies who support our reputation for high standards. Our AEO status recognises that our role in the supply chain is secure, and that our customs controls and procedures are efficient and compliant.
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Global supply chains continue to be disrupted and freight capacity gets increasingly squeezed.
The major disruption to global supply chains resulting from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues.