Liverpool2: Making International Removals by Fleet Even Easier

Five giant cranes, the final pieces of the £300m Liverpool2 deep water container terminal arrived in Liverpool yesterday, having travelled over 18,000 miles fully assembled from Shanghai.

With cutting edge infrastructure and technology, these cranes will be able to move around 30 loads each hour, making 1500 moves in each tidal window. The investment in this multi-million pound quayside facility will ensure Liverpool can offer the quickest route to market.

Not only will this incredible investment create new jobs and contribute to the local and national economy, once the Liverpool2 transatlantic deep-sea port and container terminal is operational, it’ll be even easier for Fleet Removals to help families like yours move across the world.


Over 40 years’ experience

Established in 1972 as a family run business, Fleet Removals have over 40 years of experience migrating families from across the North West, including Liverpool, Preston, Southport, Warrington and Blackpool.

We have been helping families and business move international to all major destinations including Australia, Canada, China, New Zealand, South Africa, UAE and the USA, and we have lots of satisfied customers; just take a look at our testimonials.


A tailored service

We appreciate that every move is different and presents its own set of challenges, which is why we offer a wide range of shipping services. We send most international shipments in steel shipping containers, which can be packed outside your home before being moved to the docks. For international removals from across the North West we will use the new Liverpool2 container terminal to transport shipments safely, quickly and easily.


Can we help you?

Contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation to find out how we can ensure your removal process is relatively stress-free. Email us, call us on 0151 482 0432 or complete our contact form.

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