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Global Supply Chain Support through COVID-19

Woodland Group is committed to supporting your movements of goods throughout the current crisis. 

Our teams across the U.K., Ireland and the USA remain operational in delivering solutions to your needs in accordance to the “key worker” status being granted to the transportation and logistics industry.

We recognise that many of our customers’ supply chains are starting to reach both financial and physical capacity, with warehousing facilities at or near full utilisation levels.

Through our global supply chain team, we can continue to support your requirements:

  • We provide services such as “Delay In Transit” solutions to hold up goods at or near point of manufacture in China and other Asian, US or European countries.
  • We have the capacity to store goods long term in warehousing operations or hold up shipping containers in off-quay bonded warehousing locations close to major ports and rail terminals across the USA, UK and Ireland.
  • If goods have already arrived into the U.K., Ireland, Europe or the US, we support you with establishing overflow storage arrangement.

The major ports in the U.K., US and Ireland remain operational at this point and we are monitoring this situation carefully. 

Our team of logistics experts remain on hand to guide and support you through these difficult times. For more information, please contact our offices based in:




Woodland Group is following governmental and WHO guidelines related to COVID-19 in the various countries in which we operate.

Our office teams are almost exclusively working from home while our warehouses and drivers continue to deliver supply chain solutions at this critical time.

You can read more on Woodland's COVID-19 measures and related global operations on our dedicated web page here.



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