Within the UK
Delivery rates in the UK are subject to the value & weight of the order.
Where a trade customer is paying our normal trade rates for goods then all orders over £500 are carriage paid. However, where special or contract rates have been negotiated the £500 rate may not apply.
Small packages under 1 Kg may be sent via Royal Mail post and will be charged at the appropriate price. Packages will be delivered by our 24hour Courier at the following rates based on a prior to 5pm/1700 hr delivery.
|Up to 1KG Bag||£7.95|
|Up to 5KG Bag||£9.95|
|Up to 5KG Bag||£9.95|
|Up to 20Kg Parcel||£12.95|
|Before Noon Delivery||+ £7.50 to parcel price|
|Before 10am Delivery||+ £15.00 to parcel price|
|For Insurance (per £1,000)||add £4.00 extra|
|For Scotland||add extra 75p to parcel price|
|For Scottish Highlands||add extra £8.00 to parcel price|
Saturday deliveries can be requested and arranged. These services will be surcharged at the appropriate rate indicated.
Extra high value orders can be delivered (especially to London) using a direct service at special rates upon request or arrangement.
Postage & carriage charges, as per Government legislation are subject to VAT charges.
Please note – certain areas of the UK – e.g. Northern Ireland, the Channel & Scilly Islands can carry different surcharges to the rates quoted above.
Europe & Worldwide
There are no carriage paid orders outside the UK. We have good relations with the various of the courier services e.g. UPS, DHL, TNT etc and are happy to make arrangements for collection and onward shipping which will be charged appropriately on the invoice.
We are happy to work with your own shipper or shipping agent and will supply them with the relevant details, i.e. weight & measurements of your shipment for them to collect from our factory. We can also send your shipment to your shippers UK location via our 24 hour carrier, charged at the rates in the UK section above.
All our trade prices are ex-works and therefore include packing ready for shipment. All shipments are subject to our terms & conditions, but special attention is drawn to damage claims when using your own carriers – for details click here.
Please note – import duty can apply for deliveries outside of the EU. Customs policies differ widely from country to country and therefore we have no control over these charges and cannot calculate what they might be and are to be paid by the consignee.Back