Chambers & Cook are one of the UK’s leading family-owned freight companies, and are experts in all aspects of transport, logistics and freight management. We’ve served a wide variety of customers for over 90 years, and our wealth of experience means we can move almost anything around the UK, Europe, and worldwide.
We pride ourselves on providing our customers with a high quality and reliable service performed by people who truly care about each and every shipment. We are dedicated to going above and beyond our customers’ expectations, ensuring we build relationships that stand the test of time. We are also members of the British International Freight Association.
Dedicated UK distribution solutions, utilising our own secure warehousing facilities.
Driver-accompanied transport to and from any destination in mainland Europe.
Worldwide freight forwarding services for the smallest to the largest of shipments.
Express Palletised Distribution throughout the UK, Ireland and Europe.
The UK Trader Scheme was introduced to support businesses moving goods between Great Britain (GB) and Northern Ireland (NI) to help ensure traders don't pay tariffs on the movement of goods into NI from GB where those goods remain in the United Kingdom's (UK) customs territory.
Our Company Secretary and Financial Controller, Simon Forest has been named Walking Football England Parkinsons Under 55s captain just months after taking up the sport.
Concerns are mounting that UK traders will switch back to customs platform CHIEF as IT platforms struggle to interface with its successor, CDS.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Road Freight and Logistics has today called on the Government to introduce an immediate ‘essential user rebate’ of at least 15 pence per litre for road freight, coaches, and logistics operators in light of sky-high fuel prices and growing inflation.
Fuel prices that had already substantially increased due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine surged even higher in the UK yesterday, prompting both the RHA and the RAC to urge the government to take action. However, merely pleading with the government is not enough for one haulier, who believes the industry needs to send a strong message by parking up their vehicles. The theory is that if such a campaign could be coordinated with enough trucking companies, it would wreak havoc with supply chains and force the government’s hand. Despite similar actions abroad yielding results, doubts nonetheless remain as to how many hauliers would be willing to unite behind the cause.