Our suppliers are as important to the Company’s success as our clients.

The quality of our suppliers is vital, and we are always seeking new suppliers. If you would like to become a supplier to Ital Logistics, you can find more information here.

What we expect

The quality of the service we provide to our clients is in many ways dependent on the level of service that our suppliers provide to us. We have a responsibility towards our clients to ensure that any suppliers we use meet with our, and their, exacting requirements in respect of many different aspects; not just the obvious criteria such as collecting and delivering on time, conforming to the tumultuous aspects of legislation, and holding appropriate insurance cover, but also the less obvious matters such as Environment and Health & Safety.

It is with the growing concerns of our clients, and industry bodies, that we have now reached a point where we must formalise a documented system of assessment in order that we may satisfy ourselves, and indirectly our clients, that the ethos of our suppliers is akin to ours. Within such formalisation we will also monitor the performance, and continued compliance with the key criteria.

Can you deliver?

If you feel that you can meet our criteria, and would like to become a supplier to Ital Logistics please submit a completed assessment form either by email to or fax to +44 (0)1706 248 002 along with supporting documentation.




Proactive, flexible & transparent

ITAL logistics support our business through European Outbound and Reverse Logistics to support a number of our clients, especially on multiple palletised loads and also non standard palletised consignments. There have also been times where we have asked them to respond to short lead times for important collections of engineering palletised consignments, with a recent […]

Dangerous Goods

At Ital Logistics we take the matter of transporting goods which are hazardous very seriously indeed, and do our utmost to ensure that they are carried in compliance with the rules of ADR & IMDG. Around 25% of our total business is made up of the transport of dangerous goods. Many companies shy away from […]