From general consolidated cargo to specialist commodities, we have the expertise, network and experience to deliver on time, whatever your needs.
Our customers thrive and succeed with support from our bespoke, seamless end-to-end logistics solutions. We make it our business to get to know their suppliers and customers.
Supply chains that move with the times. We’ve helped our customers to increase efficiency, achieve significant cost reductions and deliver a competitive edge.
“Starting out at Heathrow in 1991, we have grown to become a leading global provider of innovative freight forwarding, logistics and supply chain solutions.
Although our continuous investment in our infrastructure and IT systems has been important for our growth, it is our talented and dedicated team that has been key to our success.
Whether you’re our customer, staff or supplier, we remain committed to you. And we promise to always strive to be the best, exceed expectations and to never become complacent.
Thank you for being part of our success story so far.”
Agile in nature, we gear our solutions to the most complex of requirements.
Whether they are temperature-sensitive or time-sensitive, we have the expertise to keep supply chains healthy.
Product launches, seasonal sales peaks, inventory management – enjoy total control with our advanced IT systems.
Retail & FMCG
We meet the tightest deadlines to ensure your products are store ready – on time, every time.
In an unpredictable industry, you need reliable supply chain solutions that are always one page ahead.
Ship spares & A.O.G
We work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure items are delivered on time so you can stay on course.
The client was a small consumer electronics start-up company. They have subsequently grown significantly and now turnover c. USD $80m p.a., with Horizon International supporting their growth and new market entry throughout.
Their initial production run in Southern China was the result of a highly successful crowdfunding campaign through Kickstarter. Their initial Kickstarter target was to raise $100,000, however their final achieved funding hit $1.5million – 15 times their original projection.
Therefore, they had to produce 15 times as many units and deliver these directly to 15,000 consumers around the globe.
The client was a midsized US Distributor of Medical Equipment, who had experienced significant and rapid growth over the previous 3 years. The client sourced from multiple suppliers in the Far East.
Supply Chain processes which had been fit for purpose 3 years ago had proven not to be scalable and as a result, the client had experienced a range of challenges in terms of visibility, control and cost management.
A world leader in automotive production, the company manufacturers and retails commercial and private vehicles on a global scale.
Having served this company for a number of years, providing distribution services for spare parts to a manufacturing facility in Asia across multiple suppliers in the UK, Horizon International were approached to support a significant expansion in volumes required for a new model launch in Asia.
The customer had taken the decision to flex its manufacturing capabilities in the UK whilst enhancing its capability closer to the local market. As such this would improve initial speed to market and ensure availability at launch.
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