Haulage in Ipswich & Felixstowe

The headquarters of our UK operations, Ipswich is where a number of our longest-serving staff are situated. Waller Transport was first located in nearby Colchester, before port operations began to slow down in the Essex town and the company made the move to Ipswich.

Haulage to and from Port of Felixstowe

Now located a stone’s throw from the Ipswich waterfront, the current Waller Transport office primarily co-ordinates significant volumes of freight out of the nearby Port of Felixstowe. Recognised as Britain’s biggest and busiest container port, Felixstowe welcomes in excess of 3,000 container vessels to its shores every year. In addition, the Ipswich office maintains strong links with other ports in the east of England such as Harwich, Great Yarmouth, Tilbury and Wisbech.

With our 40+ years of experience working in the region, the team at Waller have a vast array of contacts with links to Felixstowe and East Anglia as a whole. As such we are perfectly placed to assist with any haulage or logistics challenges you may be facing – whether you are a haulier in search of additional loads or a supplier looking for the most efficient way to transport your goods.

London Gateway/ Tilbury Haulage Solutions

Our Suffolk location positions us perfectly to serve a number of ports along the UK’s east coast, with London Gateway and Tilbury being the most noteworthy. We work with a number of companies with business interests in London who require either one-off or regular haulage solutions. Get in touch today to find out more about either our general haulage or return loads services.

Transport Links in and around the East of England:

  • Port of Felixstowe
  • London Gateway
  • Tilbury Port, including LCT (London Container Terminal)
  • Port of Lowestoft
  • Port of Kings Lynn
  • Port of Ipswich
  • Port of Great Yarmouth

Did you know?

The London Container terminal, owned by Tilbury port, has the capability to handle in excess of half a million containers each year.

Services handled include: