20 Years Experience
Our shipping agents are universally respected within the freight forwarding industry for their professional excellence.
Efficient and Innovative Routes
Our team of international freight forwarder’s have specialist international and local shipping knowledge.
Project Cargo Specialists
We have a specialist, award winning breakbulk and projects team. They will personally attend factories, ports and warehouses to ensure your project cargo is loaded & received safely.
Multiple Transport Modes
We locate the right combination of transport for the job, negotiating the best shipping routes and freight prices.
Tuscor Lloyds’ project cargo team is one of the largest in the freight forwarding industry with a wide range of knowledge in handling breakbulk, heavy, oversized and abnormal cargoes.
Trusted Global Partners
We have a network of over 200 trusted freight forwarding and shipping agents in more than 80 countries.
Shipments a week
Containers this year to date
Projects this year to date
As an international freight forwarder & shipping agent we have been involved in complex multimodal projects for more than 20 years.
Many industry awards have recognised our commitment to excellence.
Catch up with the latest News From Tuscor Lloyds
Breakbulk have launched another fantastic photo competition ‘On the Waterfront’ bringing together the very best in the Breakbulk industry. So much of our work takes place on or near the water – so the feature has been a great chance to showcase some of our most difficult projects over the past few years.read more
We are happy to announce that Tuscor Lloyds are now officially an IATA Accredited Agent. Since the snowballing growth in air freight projects, Tuscor Lloyds believed the next logical step was to undertake IATA requirements.read more
To celebrate our recent IATA Accreditation we’ve delved a little further into some eye opening air cargo facts from the wonderful world above us. 1. The First Ever Air Cargo Flight was in 1910 The first ‘cargo only’ flight was recorded in November 1910 in...read more