About

Established in 1971, Island Carriers is a small and friendly team. We provide reliable and efficient range of haulage services.

Island Carriers is freight haulage company based on St. Mary’s on the Isles of Scilly. Working for and being part of a small community means there is a greater need to diversify and we tackle many jobs your standard hauliers would not consider. Our freight may range from telegraph poles, concrete blocks, tonne bags down to a tin of beans for the local shop. With over 45 years of experience the Island Carriers team is equipped to deal with any situation presented.

Our Team

  • Emma Squire - Operations Supervisor

    Emma Squire

    Operations Manager

    Emma started working at Island Carriers in November 2018. She has a background in pub management and is a trained level 4 personal trainer as well as having a BHS II in horsemanship.
  • Ray Brown, Driver - Island Carriers

    Ray Brown

    HGV Driver & Fuel Technician

    Ray a former Royal Marine joined the Island Carriers team in March 2016. When he moved to Scilly he met his wife Irene and they successfully ran The Mermaid Inn for over 20 years.
  • Herbie St Pier, Driver - Island Carriers

    Herbie St. Pier

    Driver

    Herbie joined Island Carriers straight from school in 2017. He worked here full-time until recently when he was able to pursue his dream of being a personal trainer at the local gym. He now works with us part-time.

"Being part of a small community means there is a greater need to diversify"

Our Fleet

We have a fleet of eleven vehicles and we're licensed to carry ADR goods and commercial waste.

  • Mann Flatbed Lorry with with a 32 metre reach crane and 8 tonne lift capacity
  • DAF LF 3.5 tonne flatbed with a 6 metre reach crane and a tonne lift capacity
  • DAF LF with a 7 metre reach crane and 1.5 tonne lift capacity
  • Iveco Van (LWB)
  • VW Refrigerated Van
  • Ford Transit Van
  • Isuzu Grafter Tipper Truck
  • Forklift Truck
  • Vauxhall Vivaro
  • Ford Taillift
  • Iveco Box Refrigerated Van