Tuesday January 27 , 2015
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Welcome to KWL Logistics

With well over 100 years of experience in Worldwide Freight Forwarding and Logistics, we offer our customers a solution to handle all of their Import, Export, Crosstrade and Logistical requirements under the one umbrella.

Whether you are moving a pallet of cargo from London to Hong Kong, a shipment of 20’ and 40’ containers from New York to Manchester, or you need us to project manage the movement of a machine from Birmingham to Australia, then we can help.

If you value your business then let our team of professionals look after you.

We are just a phone call or email away.


Industry News from BIFA

  • New publication on rail freight in Europe
    The Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE) has recently published a series of studies on “Development of rail freight in Europe: what regulation can and cannot do”. The objective of the studies is to understand why competition has been successfully implemented in some cases, and why, in other cases, it has on the contrary led to a decline in the modal share for rail freight.
  • Success celebrated again at UK freight association’s awards
    The British International Freight Association (BIFA) – www.bifa.org – has revealed the winners of its Freight Service Awards 2014, in a year that saw a continuing economic recovery in the UK, with renewed optimism across the freight forwarding sector.
  • US West Coast ports near gridlock
    Almost one year since the threat of a work slowdown or strike was mentioned as a possibility, both sides in the US west coast port labour dispute are sparring and blaming each other and the cargo interests are suffering the results.
  • Freight transportation market to be worth USD23bn by 2019
    The worldwide freight transportation management market is set to grow from USD15.30 billion (2014) to USD23.69 billion by 2019 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.14%, according to a new market research report titled ‘Freight Transportation Management Market by Solutions’ published by MarketsandMarkets.