We pride ourselves on offering a customer focused freight service. We build strong relationships with our clients, aim to work as partners with them and, as a result, service their business needs with high quality, timely, secure and safe freight movements.
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Channel Island Lines provides a freight and distribution service between the UK and the Channel Islands with most goods being delivered on the day they reach the islands.
We can also arrange the collection of goods from around the world for island delivery.
Whilst we operate our own vessel out of Southampton three times a week, we can also provide a daily service to the islands from Portsmouth. All freight is received and booked in at our Southampton depot.
We operate a wide range of vehicles to cater for all customer requirements from vans and tail lift trucks up to 13.6m trailers.
No consignment is too small or too large as our fleet enables us to collect and deliver to both consumer and commercial premises.
Channel Island Lines use a variety of vehicles from containers, tail lift trucks, and curtain sided trailers to cater for the many different types and sizes of products that we are asked to deliver.
Our Home Delivery service uses small vehicles to deliver both light and high value goods as well as large consignments requiring 2 men or more. No matter what you order from the UK, we can arrange for it to be collected and delivered to your home.
Channel Island Lines supports the highest standards in its Quality, Health & Safety, Environmental, Shipping and Haulage activities and is constantly seeking to develop and improve its operational impact.
The Southampton terminal is operated in compliance with government security regulations, and provides administration clearance to confirm to HMRC controls, enabling our customers to feel confident that their consignments arrive at their final destination efficiently and safely.
Channel Island Lines' Corporate and Social Responsibility policy is to support local charities and events, such as the Jersey Battle of Flowers and the Wessex Cancer Trust in Southampton.