Newcastle transport

By road

Newcastle upon Tyne's road freight transport system is vital for the city's economy, with the A1(M) and A19 providing important connections to other parts of the country. However, issues such as congestion, parking restrictions, and the Low Emission Zone can create challenges for freight operators. There are also efforts to shift towards more sustainable modes of freight transport, such as rail and water.

By sea

Newcastle upon Tyne is a major port in the North East of England, handling a range of cargo including bulk, container, and roll-on/roll-off shipments. The port is well-connected to the road and rail networks and has a deep water channel, allowing access for larger vessels. It also provides access to international markets and is a gateway to the rest of the UK.

By air

Newcastle International Airport serves as the main air freight hub for the region, providing connections to domestic and international markets. The airport has a cargo handling facility and can accommodate a range of cargo aircraft. Air freight is particularly important for the transportation of time-sensitive and high-value goods, such as perishable goods and medical supplies.

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We've recently quoted for specialist transport services from Newcastle upon Tyne for sea freight and an overnight pallet service.

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