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International Courier ServicesIFS take every care to ensure our customers save time and money when sending (or returning) a package overseas. We have a wealth of experience in making sure that your consignment make’s a smooth and timely journey. Our booking system is quick and easy and has some very useful hints & tips for completing your Commercial Invoice.

“Nothing is too much trouble, you always have support if you need it and the IFS team do an excellent job. We would not hesitate to use International Freight Solutions in the future.”

Christmass delivery tips from DHL, an IFS PartnerWhether you require an Express or Economy service, we have developed an efficient booking system and we work with trusted partners with networks all over the world.

As your International Freight brokers we don’t work for the carriers, but we work for you. If you need a quick quote, or you are ready to send your consignment simply visit: International Courier Services >


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BIFA encourages members to consider recruiting apprentices

British International Freight Association (BIFA) says latest Border Operating Model adds clarity but expresses concernsAs National Apprenticeship week (8 – 12 February) is almost finished, the British International Freight Association has repeated its call for freight forwarding and logistics companies to consider recruiting apprentices.

An executive director of BIFA, Carl Hobbis said: “We know it’s a tough call, with the pandemic and the post transition period continuing to disrupt many freight forwarders’ operations.


…Now, more than ever, we need to promote the industry and give young people employment opportunities. We have had an apprenticeship standard for international freight forwarding for three years and the sector has been in the news more than ever, so what a great time to encourage someone to consider a career in forwarding.”

Read more from UK Haulier >

IFS are prepared and ready to assist you with your shipping requirements in 2021. Call our friendly and helpful team on: +44 (0) 1709 610 000, or simply message us.

Pandemic Culture: what happens next?

Pandemic Culture: what happens next?In this article our partner DHL, looks at what kind of new world we might emerge into, and what that means for the e-commerce sector. Which consumer behaviors will stay? Which were just a ‘lockdown fad’? And what should your business do to adapt?

The pandemic arrived like a whirlwind, turning businesses upside down almost overnight, leaving them scrambling to adjust. As we’ve previously explored, many commerce businesses have had to adapt quickly to survive, whether that has meant selling online for the first time, exploring the direct-to-consumer (D2C) model, or working creatively to take an experience-based business into people’s homes. Read more >

If you have any questions or just need some advice, we are here to help you. Please don’t hesitate to call us on +44 (0) 1709 610 000 or send a message.

Top Tips: Working From Home During COVID 19

Top Tips for Working From Home During COVID 19A huge majority of our workforce has been forced out of their offices and into their homes as part of our attempts to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

The prospect of working from home can seem enticing. However, if you’re not used to working remotely or you’re an extrovert by heart, then being away from your normal set up at the office can feel disconcerting.

In this brief guide we’ll go over some key ways to stay productive (and sane) while trying to work from the comfort of your own home. Follow these tips and you’ll be able to get your work done without leaving the house with the added benefit of getting back those hours you normally lose in the daily commute. Read more from MoneyExpert’s article >

UK cities to test legal e-scooters, medical drones and more

UK cities to test legal e-scooters, medical drones and moreWhile the country has traditionally lagged behind other European countries when it comes to e-scooters, the UK’s Department for Transport has announced that it is exploring new transportation modes4. E-scooters, e-cargo bikes, and medical drones are the focus of the consultation – as well as bringing the on-demand model to buses and other UK public transport.

The move, which will have huge ramifications for last-mile delivery, “marks the biggest review of transport laws in a generation,” according to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, and will “…pave the way for exciting new transport technology to be tested, cementing the UK’s position as a world-leading innovator.” Read more from www.techcrunch.com article >

Looking for a ‘freight-forwarding’ service to bolster your exports?  Simply call our friendly and helpful team on: +44 (0) 1709 610 000, send a message or complete our IFS Shipment Note >