European Road Transport

If you are looking to transport a full container load (FCL) or full trailer load (FTL), Our  high-volume equipment ensures that your cargo will arrive in perfect condition every time. Our services are Daily departures for Export and Import.

Pan-European service. Our Equipment includes both ambient and temperature-controlled units. With  multi- modal services across road, rail and sea, we offer a flexible and cost-effective full-load solutions.

Our equipment includes:

  • Reefer equipment (reefer trailers and reefer containers)
  • Dry cargo trailers
  • Swap-bodies
  • Containers​

If you have a less than trailer load (LTL) or a less than container load (LCL), our Daily collection, consolidates your shipments in to our terminals to meet with our daily / weekly departures depending on your destination both import and export guaranteeing  that it will arrive in perfect condition, every time.

Intermodal transport services
Holland & Stockford Ltd provides UK and Italian importers and exporters with a fast, effective and environmentally friendly inter – modal service.

Sliding roof, curtain-sided swap-bodies allow full cargo access from all sides
State-of-the-art 13.6 Mt ambient and refrigerated swap-bodies offer higher payloads than conventional road transport
The timetable is designed to keep transit times to a minimum.

Specialised equipment
Whether you’re transporting smaller consignments, part-loads or full loads, Our specialised equipment and strategic rail, road and sea links enable us to provide our customers with tailor-made solutions to fit  specific requirements, door-to-door services.

Sliding-roof, curtain-sided swap-bodies
Double-deck trailers
Semi-deck fridge trailers
Box vans with tail lifts

Cut emissions as well as costs
Our expertise taps into  dedicated rail service between terminals strategically placed near Birmingham and Milan provides direct links between the UK and Italy’s industrial heartlands, cutting down on the distance travelled by road and avoiding increasing road congestion.

Rail transport can reduce:

Carbon dioxide emissions by up to 90%
Hydrocarbon emissions by up to 95%
Sulphur dioxide emissions by up to 76%
Nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 95%
Particulates emissions by up to 90%


US supply chains are braced for a second shock to the system as Hurricane Irma heads for Florida, even as the US Gulf still reels from Hurricane Harvey’s impact on Texas and beyond.

Irma is being described as a potentially catastrophic Category 5 ‘superstorm’ capable of delivering lift-threatening winds of more than 180 mph (290kmh), storm surges and huge amounts of rainfall. The hurricane, the most powerful Atlantic hurricane in recorded history, is expected to reach Florida on Saturday after first passing over or near Barbados, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba in the coming days.

Hundreds of flights to and from Caribbean islands have already been cancelled and most commercial ports in Irma’s path are currently closed.

Although it is not yet clear where in the US Irma will make landfall, Florida has already started evacuating citizens across the state. Air, road and rail disruptions are expected to be lengthy as the state braces itself for Irma’s impact.

Terminal gates at the Port of Miami, which handled 1.03 million TEU in FY 2016, were closed for export cargoes yesterday at 3pm EST.

A customer advisory from SeaLand, Maersk Line’s intra-America’s carrier, said Port Everglades was open yesterday and would remain open today although this could change depending on how Irma developed.

Miami International Airport, a major cargo hub and a key part of American Airline’s network, said it was closely monitoring the storm and warned it would close when sustained winds reach 55 miles per hour, although many airlines were expected to cancel flights well before that point.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport said some of its flights to the Caribbean scheduled today had been cancelled.

As reported in Lloyd’s Loading List, Texas is only just starting to get back on its feet following Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 storm, which battered the coast for much of last week before heading inland. But even as vessel loading and unloading resumes at the country’s sixth biggest box port, backlogs of cargo are expected to take weeks to clear as the state’s roads and railways take time to return to full capacity after the devastation suffered.


H & S Holland & Stockford Ltd. have now launched an Weekly import – Export Service from Argentina to UK, We are also able to offer Cross trade by Sea or Air, Terminals in Mendoza-Cordoba-Buenos Aires, We offer LCL / FCL Sea Freight, we have regular shipment of Wine from Mendoza with Bonded warehouse facilities in UK Major ports,

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