Additional Bridgend warehouse with crane facilities!

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018

Our new additional warehouse based in the Bridgend Industrial Estate Due to customer requirements for an overhead gantry crane we have taken over an additional building 5 minutes from our main depot fitted with two of them! We have also installed a large amount of Link 51 racki  ng so If you require any heavy machinery storage or transportation please get in touch #teamUWL

New Same-day Fleet

Monday, June 25th, 2018


After purchasing our HGV vehicles we have decided to renew our fleet of vans and have opted for our signature black and gold 🙂 We have just received delivery of our new Mercedes Sprinters to add to our ever expanding same-day fleet!

We have purchased them from a Welsh business and they are booked in to be sign written by a Cardiff company

UWL are keen to support local Welsh businesses and as the new vehicles are ‘Euro 6’ we are doing our bit for the environment as well.

Euro 6 is the sixth incarnation of the European Union directive to reduce harmful pollutants from vehicle exhausts.

If you are interested in a free quotation please give us a call:
t: 0845 9000 571

#UWL #KeepingWalesOpenForBusiness #SamedayFleet #Euro6

Free World Cup Sweepstake Kit

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

Its almost World Cup time and to celebrate we have created a a World Cup Sweepstake kit for you to print and cut out and host your own sweepstake with your colleagues and friends 🙂

Just click to enlarge, right click and print!

Aerospace logistics covered

Monday, February 19th, 2018

Our amazing logistics team transporting a commercial aeroplane engine this month #UWL #aerospaceLogistics #onwardsAndUpwards

UWL are in the top 10 fastest growing businesses in Wales

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Well done to all involved at this years awards, it was a pleasure to meet with some of you and great to be listed in the top 10.

UWL are very proud of our Welsh origins and it was amazing to see so many successful business’s thriving in our area.

UWL would love to thank all of our customers for their continued support and helping us grow alongside some of the biggest names in Welsh business.

In 2016, this year’s 50 dynamic businesses – which come from a wide range of sectors and across Wales from north, south, east and west – had a collective turnover of £433m and employed 3,000 people.

More importantly, during the two years 2014-16 they generated an additional £268m in turnover between them at an average growth rate of 163%, while creating 1,500 new jobs.

Compiled by Professor Dylan-Jones and sponsored by Barclays, the Wales Fast Growth 50 is a key benchmark for the performance of the private sector in Wales.

Full article and list of candidates here:

Welsh Secretary of State and TV Stars open UWL Depot

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

A SOUTH Wales business set to bring in excess of 20 jobs to their new site in Barry has celebrated it’s official opening.

The event for the new United Worldwide Logistics (UWL) depot in Barry Docks took place on Friday, June 30, featuring guest speakers such as Vale MP Alun Cairns and businessman Nev Wilshire, famous for his role in BBC documentary ‘The Call Centre’.

The new site marks a return to Barry for business directors Michael MitchellChristine HillierMark HillierAdam Ruckley and Michael Ruckley who are all originally from the town. The company has taken over the premises formerly owned by SHS Scaffolding, which went into administration in March costing nearly 150 local jobs.


Keeping Wales Open for Business.

The move forms part of the firm’s current campaign, ‘Keeping Wales Open for Business’, which forms the basis for ongoing plans to continue opening facilities around South Wales and create further jobs in the area.

This site will run alongside the current Bridgend and Cardiff Facilities.

Over 20 staff have already been taken on for the Barry site, while additional vacancies are still being filled for driving positions.

In his speech marking the official opening, Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns hailed the company’s passion and determination to boost the local economy of Barry, as well as putting the importance of new business into context within the wider country.

“Barry has turned a corner over the last five years,” said the MP.

“I’m grateful for what you’re doing for the wider economy. You are the oil that keeps it turning.

“I’d like to thank you for what you’re doing for the community in Barry, but also for the people who work for you. It really does matter.”

Mr Cairns went on to add how it was his decision to add the scrapping of the Severn Bridge toll to the Conservative election manifesto – and believes this will help link the economies of Wales and Bristol together to benefit the country.

TV personality and businessman Nev Wilshire also delivered an impassioned speech, levelling criticism at the Welsh government for failing to invest sufficiently to help Welsh enterprises like UWL.

Actor Ewan MacIntosh aka Big Keith from ‘The Office’ was also in attendance.

Big Keith’s appraisal in the BBC show has gone down in comedy history as he sat vacantly while David Brent tried in vain to make him care about paper.

Ewan was also in attendance at the opening and is pictured above with UWL accountant Christian Powys.

Article Written by Joe Langstaffe – Barry & District News
Photos By Kyomi Martin

UWL Director appointed as Save the Children Public Speaker for the South West

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

One of the directors of United Worldwide Logistics Mike Mitchell has been appointed as the main fundraising public speaker for the South West.

Save the Children helped 17.5 million children through their work in 2016.

They run world-class programmes to save children’s lives and challenge world leaders to keep to their promises to give children a brighter future throughout Wales and worldwide.

Complete Logistical Solution Bridgend

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Working with local business’s in the Bridgend area we can offer specific solutions to your business and offer discounted rates and late collections! Please contact the office for more information 0845 900 0571

We are excited to welcome Leon Fear to the transport team.

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Born and bred in the Rhondda Valley. Leon started in the Transport industry 24 years ago as a driver and had steadily come up through the ranks, operations and sales to General Manager, via some of the biggest Transport companies in South Wales.

Living in Pencoed with his wife and daughter. Has been a member of Cowbridge Male Voice Choir for the past 19 years, whereby has sung all over the world and is the current Chairman.

Leon lists amongst his hobbies, model truck and old vinyl collecting and is an avid Welsh rugby fan.
He is looking forward to joining the team!


UWL Proud Sponsors of British Flyweight Champion Andrew Selby

Monday, November 14th, 2016

We are happy to announce that United Worldwide Logistics are proud sponsors of rising star and local boxing talent Andrew Selby from Barry South Wales. As we love to invest in local business’s and people this was a perfect opportunity to do so and help a local talent reach his full potential.

Andrew Selby, United Worldwide Logistics

Barry, Wales native Andrew ‘AC Superstar’ Selby has made an impressive impact since turning pro last year. Former world number one ranked amateur Selby has already picked up the vacant British flyweight crown earlier this year when comprehensively beat Leicestershire’s Louis Norman by a wide points decision at Cardiff’s Ice Arena Wales.

The super talented Selby, 6–0 (4), has taken to the pro game like a duck to water but on November 18 at the SSE Arena, Wembley he faces by far his toughest test to date as a professional when he takes on the Philippines Jake Bornea for the vacant IBF Inter Continental flyweight title. This clash of top prospects will act as the support bout George Groves’ WBA International super middleweight title defence against Germany’s two-time world title challenger Eduard Gutknecht.

Currently ranked number 15 with the WBO, Jake ‘D-Twins’ Bornea comes from a fighting family, with his brother Jade also a prospect back in their native Philippines. The twenty-one year old Bornea hails from General Santos City, also the home of superstar Manny Pacquiao. Like the ‘Pacman’, Bornea wants to go on to become world flyweight champion and if he is to achieve this goal he must surely beat the undefeated Selby on November 18.


Andrew Selby, United Worldwide Logistics

Andrew Selby and Michael Ruckley at our Bridgend depot last week.


“If Selby is as good as I think he could be, he’ll be fighting for a world title before 10 fights,”

“That’s how good he is. I really think Andrew Selby is one of the most talented kids in the world.”

– Barry McGuigan