Take a unique approach to your supply chain

Air Freight

Unique Forwarding only ship air freight using our partner agents and airlines all of which are International Air Transport Association (IATA) accredited.

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Ocean Freight

Our sea freight partners are fully registered with China MOC NVOCC and are US FMC Bonded. Together we have signed contracts with all the major shipping lines to give….

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Road Freight

With our road freight network, we can offer you a tailored solution to suit your shipping needs. All partners that we use offer fully traceable vehicles so we’re updated every step of the way.

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We respect clients who value their supply chain the way we do and the team at Unique forwarding work hard to build long term relationships.

Why Choose Us

Customer Service

We pride ourselves on offering the best customer service that we can.


Collectively, our experienced team have over 150 years of industry knowledge.

Service Partners

We have an ever growing list of partners that provide first class services to all out clients.

Industry News

  • ACI and IATA Call for Governments to Bear Costs of Public Health Measures

    ACI et l’IATA demandent aux gouvernements d’assumer les coûts des mesures sanitaires (pdf) 国际机场协会和国际航协联合呼吁公共卫生措施费用应由各国政府承担 (pdf) 02 July 2020 (Montreal) – Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have today urged that costs related to public health measures aimed at mitigating the spread of communicable diseases should be borne by governments. The COVID-19 pandemic’s

  • Sea Intelligence says shippers are right, container shipping services are getting worse

    According to reports in the trade media, in its recent Sunday Spotlight newsletter, Sea-Intelligence has shown that more services are on average arriving late and those that were later are considerably worse than last year. The reports add that more ships are arriving late compared to last year, and the reliability is better than 2018,

  • Air freight showing signs of ‘structural recovery’

    Higher air freight volumes in June compared with May are a sign of the air freight sector taking “its first steps to a structural recovery”, according to air cargo market analysis by CLIVE Data Services, highlighting that the 6% month-on-month improvement came despite falling demand for emergency medical equipment – which had distorted the market

  • Pandemic boosts China-Europe rail freight

    Since the first such train was launched in 2011, numerous departure points have been added to the options and the operation gained renewed momentum when China’s President Xi Jinping launched the Belt and Road initiative in 2013, with rail transport encouraged as an alternative to shipping. As the Covid-19 pandemic has brought aviation to a