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In Focus - OAK International

We take an in-depth look at one of Bristol Flyers new elite partners, Oak International Freight Limited.

The Bristol-based company came on board as an elite partner to the club this season, which saw their company logo added to the front of the Flyers’ 2019/20 playing shorts.


WHO ARE OAK INTERNATIONAL?

Established in January 1997, Oak International is now one of the foremost Freight Forwarding companies in the West of England.

The privately owned and managed company are based just 300 metres from Junction 18 of the M5 and therefore ideally situated to serve exporters and importers alike in the West of England and south Wales.

As specialists in International Freight logistics, Oak International employ the best practices available to meet their customer’s distribution requirements, delivering goods to the highest possible standard, be it by ocean, air or road.



ROAD FREIGHT

Oak International's road freight services are second to none. Carrying shipments to up to 24,000kg, they serve all EU countries for both export and import shipments with daily departures to most countries. 


OCEAN FREIGHT

Oak International are in direct partnership with all major shipping lines and can provide either shipments for export and import movements worldwide. They can match their services to the client’s needs depending on their terms of sale and the requirements of each consignment.


AIR FREIGHT

Working with all major airlines, Oak International are able to offer export and import services to all worldwide destinations in conjunction with their extensive network of overseas agents.

Their truly independent status enables them to tailor their services to comply with the specific requirements of their customers on each individual shipment.


FIND OUT MORE

Visit the official website of Oak International or call them for a quote on +44 117 938 1555.

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