Our Freight Shipping to Jersey Services
The fastest route for freight to Jersey
Shipping freight to Jersey couldn’t be easier with Ferryspeed. We operate a twice-daily Jersey freight service, specialising in the storage and next day delivery of commercial freight to Jersey from the UK mainland, including ambient and temperature-controlled goods.
Based in St Helier, the capital of Jersey, our Jersey depot can handle and distribute a wide range of commercial freight and pallet delivery to Jersey, with the capability to process anything from a single pallet, to full loads and groupage to Jersey.
Whether you have a full load travelling from the Mainland to St Saviour, or a single pallet from St Martin to Portsmouth, Ferryspeed can provide a fast and efficient pallet delivery to Jersey service for shipping to Jersey and onwards Jersey freight distribution.
We want you to trust that you’re receiving a top-quality pallet delivery service to Jersey and aim to become your go-to Jersey shipping company due to our attention to detail.
Shipping to Jersey and Other Destinations
We provide different options in relation to the collection of your commercial freight - it can either be collected by us from any UK premises for added convenience, or alternatively delivered by you into our Midlands (Leicester) or Portsmouth depots for onward shipping to Jersey as part of our pallet delivery to Jersey service.
We're also pleased to offer our customers the option of freight services not just to Jersey, but also throughout the Channel Islands and across the UK and Isle of Wight, with depots in Jersey, Guernsey, Portsmouth and Ryde.
What Type of Freight Do We Ship to Jersey?
Specialising in the transportation and storage of commercial freight, we are well equipped to send temperature-controlled consignments such as chilled and ambient goods. We also operate within the guidelines of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), ensuring that we comply with EU regulations and the Food Safety Act.
We can transport all kinds of commercial freight to Jersey, including next day pallet deliveries to Jersey, full loads to Jersey, groupage to Jersey and cost effective pallet delivery to Jersey.
Pallet Delivery to Jersey
Our pallet delivery service to Jersey covers a wide range of industry sectors for added convenience, including food, retail, pharmaceutical and horticultural freight, and our Jersey depot is equipped to handle anything from a single pallet, through to full loads and groupage. This means that no matter what freight you need to send to Jersey, we are well-equipped to help.
Our pallet to Jersey service is complemented by a UK distribution network, meaning we can offer a door to door pallet shipping to Jersey service. So if your need to send pallets to Jersey, we can help ship your palletised freight, whether that's a quarter pallet, full pallet or oversized pallets.
Our Next Day Delivery to Jersey Services
Ferryspeed are specialists in providing next day deliveries of commercial freight to Jersey and operate a twice daily Channel Island shipping service between our Portsmouth depot and our Jersey depot in St Helier.
Whether you have an urgent business consignment that needs shipping to Jersey, or cargo that needs to be collected from Jersey for distribution in the UK, Ferryspeed can provide a fast and efficient Jersey freight service, ensuring your goods reach their destination on time and in perfect condition.
If you have a next day delivery to Jersey, we have warehouse facilities in Jersey and Portsmouth and can offer storage as part of our Jersey freight services.
Contact Us About Shipping to Jersey
If you have an enquiry about shipping to Jersey, including a next day delivery to Jersey, a full load to Jersey, groupage to Jersey, or a pallet to Jersey and would like a quote, please contact us on 023 9262 7000, email email@example.com or fill out our contact form – we look forward to hearing from you.
For fragile freight, including fine art or antiques, please contact our sister company, Profreight.
Our Jersey collection and delivery service, covers all areas of Jersey, including St Ouen, St John, St Clement, St Brelade, St Martin and Trinity.
Our next day delivery service for freight to Jersey is complemented by our comprehensive distribution services throughout the Channel Islands, enabling us to offer a door-to-door service for your Jersey freight.
We can collect your Jersey freight and transport it via our Portsmouth depot anywhere in the UK, including the Isle of Wight.
Our bonded Jersey warehouse facility in St Helier on the south of the island, consists of warehousing totalling 60,000 sq ft. We also have additional storage facilities on Victoria Quay, totalling 20,000 sq ft.
All of our depots across the UK and Channel Islands are fitted with computerised equipment to manage the temperatures of refrigerated areas. This means that you can rest assured that the quality of your freight is exactly as supplied to us, and that more importantly, it will reach its destination in the best possible condition.
As a key supplier to the food and drink sector in Jersey, Ferryspeed operate an HMRC-accredited Bond for the storage of beers, wines and spirits.
Shipping pallets, parcels and other items to Jersey from the UK mainland does tend to cost more than shipping the same item domestically. This is due to the additional costs incurred for transportation via ferry. However, shipping to Jersey via ferry is a far more cost effective method than air freight. To find out how much it will cost to send your pallet to Jersey, call us on: 023 92627000 or complete our online quote form.
The cost of shipping a pallet from the UK mainland to Jersey will vary depending on where in the UK it is being collected from, where in Jersey it is being delivered to, the size of the pallet and how fast it needs to get there. To find out how much it will cost to send your pallet to Jersey, call us on: 023 92627000 or complete our online quote form.
Any goods or gifts shipped to Jersey need a completed and signed customs declaration form. The team at Ferryspeed can assist you with this.
Jersey, officially the Bailiwick of Jersey, is part of the British Isles, but it is not part of Great Britain or the United Kingdom. Jersey has an international identity separate from that of the UK and Jersey is a self-governing British Crown Dependency. This means that whilst Jersey is not part of the UK, the UK is constitutionally responsible for the defence of Jersey.
The Bailiwick of Jersey is located off the coast of Normandy, France and consists of, the main island of Jersey, which is the largest of the Channel Islands, along with surrounding uninhabited islands and rocks collectively named, Les Dirouilles, Les Écréhous, Les Minquiers and Les Pierres de Lecq.
Goods and Services Tax (GST) is calculated on the combined value at the rate of 5%. If the combined value of your goods is over £240, you will need to declare it and pay the GST as well as any applicable excise duty. This includes, the purchase price / value of goods at import, Insurance, commission, packing and freight, taxes and duties applied before and on arrival, such as VAT, CCT (Common Customs Tariff) and excise.
If you are a private individual and the combined GST, excise duty and CCT is £12 or less, it isn’t usually charged. The figure of £12 is called the de minimis, which is the minimum amount of GST collected on imported goods. However, the de minimis level does not apply to businesses and is an administrative provision, not a right, so can be removed at any time by Jersey Customs.
GST in Jersey is calculated on the combined value at the rate of 5%, where the combined value of your goods is over £240.
Contrary to popular belief, Jersey is not tax-free. VAT is not charged on goods, but income tax is still paid, GST is payable on many goods and various other taxes apply.
VAT (value added tax) is not charged in Jersey or on any of the Channel Islands.
Jersey is located approximately 100 miles (160km) south of the UK Mainland. Jersey is actually located much closer to France than the UK, and is only around 14 miles (22 kms) off the coast of Normandy. This makes Jersey the most southerly part of the British Isles.