Return Loads & Backloads to and from Scotland

Find & post loads to and from Scotland – no more wasted miles

Don’t waste miles on the road: make sure you find return loads to and from Scotland. For owner drivers, haulage companies and freight forwarders, empty loads are a missed opportunity.

With nearly 500,000 live loads for vans posted on Haulage Exchange every month, we can help you avoid the issue of empty trucks.

If you’re a haulage driver, you can add future journeys to tell other Haulage Exchange members when you’ll be available, finding backloads to and from Scotland to avoid wasted miles. Discover more return loads in London and Devon.

More than loads

Making return loads simple is just one part of what the Haulage Exchange offers. 

You’ll join a network of 8,000 certified haulage professionals, all rated by other members they’ve worked with. It’s an easy way to connect with people in the industry you can trust. Plus, if you build a reputation for being reliable and timely, you’ll find opportunities for repeat business.

Whether you’re a haulage driver, haulage firm or freight forwarder, the Exchange lets you agree your own fees and terms, on the loads that are best for you.

Dealing directly with other professionals on the Exchange, you’ll have complete flexibility.

Total support

Our smart haulage software and tools make haulage easier for everyone, giving you everything that the Exchange offers, while you’re on the go:

  • Find available haulage drivers/work nearby
  • Track loads in real time
  • Quote and invoice easily
  • Message members directly


loads posted to HX in 2023


members – more than any other UK freight platform


average member-to-member positive feedback rating

Learn how we can help you

Speak to our team of experts today: call 020 8993 7100 to find out more.


From the moment we joined we immediately picked up new clients and it was a trend which was set to continue as our reputation within the Exchange grew. Being a member of the Exchange opened up new markets and generated continuous work.

Ryan Wicks, Falcon Print Transport