Cargo Carriers are a well established logistics organisation in the heart of England, we have developed a reputation as a company that can fulfil your total logistics needs, from collection to delivery and all stops in between. Our total commitment to communication means that we converse with you as required.
The company is going from strength to strength, with a national network and a growing fleet of 80 plus, mainly new reliable vehicles. We have all the resources to deliver your goods safely, securely, on time and in full.
Great effort has been made in choosing our fleet of vehicles, this coupled with a modern call centre, has made Cargo Carriers the distribution company that increasingly more businesses are choosing to use for the distribution of their goods.
At Cargo Carriers we understand today's business needs and as such will tailor a haulage agreement to your individual business needs, whether you need part or full loads delivered today, tomorrow or next week. We offer an incredible service with real value for money.
We can offer a full load service in a variety of vehicles from 7 ½ tons through to 26 ton rigids or 44 ton artics, this permits adaptability to cover your business needs
For superior flexibility we can provide a part load service throughout the United Kingdom, with the same diversity of vehicles to cover your logistical needs. With such a varied range of vehicles we can access any customer, no matter how large or small.
Dedicated tracking and monitoring systems
Cargo Carriers tracking system is the core of our excellent communication control service and plays a key role in providing access to any shipment information in real time. We are in constant contact with the drivers, whether it be by mobile phone or through our sophisticated GPS tracking system.
The transport operation identifies the location of your load, its expected collection and delivery time then processes the transportation of your goods whilst responding to any changes immediately, whether these are customer changes or traffic incidents