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Introduction to ferries for Events Companies

Welcome to the Freightlink knowledge centre, with a special dedicated section for those of you who work in the events, exhibition and entertainment industry.

We know that transport is a big part of what you do in providing a service to your customers – whether that’s moving stands or display equipment for a show or exhibition or stage and lighting equipment for a concert. We know that time is of the essence in your business and deadlines are vital.

However, here at Freightlink we also know that transport is not all that you do and being in your industry is about so much more than just transport. We know this means you might have so many questions about transport and particularly using ferries we have pulled together all this information in one handy place.

Why do so many events and exhibition companies book their ferries through Freightlink?

Image of 7 piece Drum Kit which can be difficult to transport abroad for an event Freightlink has spent the last 10 years establishing itself as an expert in booking ferries and freight ferries throughout Europe. We have built our reputation within the events and exhibition industry because we recognise that your ferry bookings are a part of a wider logistical chain to get the show on the road (pun intended!). We support your business by offering you sound, honest advice based on our experience and understanding of what you do.

Our customer service team deal with all size and varieties of exhibition, events and entertainment companies and we’ve had experience in dealing with specialised movements all across Europe from small theatre productions, to large exhibitions and multi-million pound concerts with global superstars. Ultimately, we know that it is your reputation on the line and we can help you out whether you have a urgent requirement or you are planning months in advance.

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