Air Freight To Thailand From The UK
Export freight from the UK to Thailand with Plexus Freight
Significantly speedier freight than sea, road and rail alternatives.
Strict airline schedules mean cargo arrival and departure times are very reliable.
Strict security measures mean your cargo is well looked after during its transportation.
Global access to locations that other freight solutions cannot easily satisfy.
Why Choose Plexus Freight Air Freight To Thailand?
Air freight is the only real option when you need to move cargo from the UK to Thailand within a limited timeframe. With more than 5,865 nautical miles to travel, sea freight can take an average of 45-50 days, which is simply not viable when you’re dealing with perishable goods, or a client who needs their products fast.
Providing a range of global freight solutions, Plexus Freight can answer all of the cargo movement needs of your business.
Bookended by a door-to-door pickup and delivery service between your cargo’s origination and destination points and the relevant airports, Plexus Freight can offer a range of air freight service times. Including a 24 to 72 hours priority service for time-sensitive goods, and a five to 10 day service for less urgent shipments. Collecting goods from across the UK, all shipments will enter Thailand via Phuket or Chiang Mai International Airport, before delivery to your clients – wherever in the country they may be.
Offering a selection of freight solutions – Delivered at Place (DAP), Delivered Duty Paid (DDP), Free on Board (FOB), Ex-Works (EXW) – we are able to work with a variety of cargo types. Including a consolidation of goods mixed with other shipments (CONSOL). The only freight restrictions we face are those of the airlines that we work with. Which may mean that we are unable to accept the carriage of dangerous goods, including certain chemicals, and lithium batteries.
And because every shipment is different and the aviation industry is ever-changing, we always calculate each shipment on an individual basis. Always working to secure the best possible price for our customers. And with this in mind, it is worth remembering that the heavier your freight, the more economical the delivery cost is likely to be.
Although weight is the main basis upon which air freight rates are charged, it’s important to be aware that there may be additional charges involved with your freight movement. These can include customs brokerage, cargo insurance, documentation fees, airport transfer fees, and warehousing charges, among other things.
At Plexus Freight, we’re always looking for new ways to help our customers. Understanding the difficulties many people experience managing the administration associated with international freight movement, we offer a number of additional services to help smooth the way. Including support with the completion of customs documents, and the organisation of warehousing – both in the UK and Thailand.
Thailand is a key trade and investment partner for the UK. Every year, we export millions of pounds worth of electronic cars, machinery, and precious stones and metals. High value goods that you don’t want to leave to the insecurity of sea freight. With its high security, incomparable reliability, speed, and capacity, air freight provides an unparalleled solution. And with more than 25 years’ experience within the freight industry, Plexus Freight is one of the most reputable providers.
If you regularly send high value or time sensitive goods from the UK to Thailand, air freight has to be a consideration. And with our decades of experience and hard-won reputation, so does Plexus Freight.
Find out more about Plexus Freight’s air freight solutions.
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Why Plexus Freight?
We aim to respond to all queries within 15 minutes, meaning you get the answers you need fast.
We work with speed and efficiency meaning we are on the ball every time.
Over 25 years’ experience in road, air & sea logistics around the globe.
We take responsibility for all our services meaning we never pass the buck.