Here at Island Express, we try to provide a reliable, seamless delivery from the beginning of your journey to the end.
We have been running for over 40 years, constantly changing with the market and demand of both business and domestic customers. We deliver all size packages and pallets, shipping them to the Isle of Man and directly to your door.
Delivering goods from major retailers such as Amazon, eBay and Argos, we offer a punctual, hassle-free service to hundreds of satisfied customers. If companies in the UK won’t deliver to the island or are charging excessive amounts to ship to you, then look no further than Island Express - we will deliver your goods straight to your door.
We will always take great care of your shipment, whether it be heavy sofas, delicate flowers, or breakable items, you are in safe hands with us. With great testimonials from our regular clients, we can assure you that you are shipping your items to the Isle of Man with the right company
Now that the long winter is out the way, most of us will be looking to buy something special for Mother’s day or perhaps you’re looking to revamp your home in time for spring. Before paying over the odds for what sometimes is classed as ‘’international shipping’’ simply find what you want online and then get in touch with us for a competitive quote to deliver your items.
If you are happy with our quote, you can place your order with the retailer, giving them our Heywood depot address. When your item arrives at our UK Depot at Heywood Distribution Park, we’ll let you know it has been received and will ship it to the Isle of Man. We will then contact you to confirm the best time for delivery and bring it directly to your door.
With smart, uniformed drivers and modern tail lift vehicles suitable for carrying any type of goods, we guarantee to give you a consistent and secure service. We will keep in touch along the way to let you know where your product is so you’re kept in the loop and at every stage. You need look no further when shipping your parcel to the Isle of Man. Contact us to find out more.1st March 2018