Taking on the Global Recession

Setting up a freight forwarding company in an already competitive market is a tall hurdle to overcome…

Setting up a freight forwarding company in an already competitive market is a tall hurdle to overcome, to do that during a global recession is not for the faint hearted.  That is exactly what the Director’s of Derwent Shipping & Logistics did and they haven’t looked back since.  

With a combined experience of 18 years in heavy crane hire, machine removal, haulage of abnormal loads, freight and project forwarding, the Company is well equipped to deal with the challenges of getting a load from factory to site, no matter what the size or location.  With a varied client base, their staff  are just as comfortable working alongside other forwarders as well as directly with the manufacturers themselves.

Successful in large projects, including moving an oil refinery from Naples to Pakistan and a steel rolling mill from Newport, Wales  to India and more recently transporting two generators and two turbines totalling 430 tonne from Friedeburg  to Bremerhaven, this Company certainly ‘gets the job done’.

Word is certainly spreading, and Derwent Shipping & Logistics’ name is getting known for its passion to deliver excellent service, quick response to enquiries and most importantly, their competitive rates.  

Managing Director Gary Boden says,”we ensure that we understand the individual needs of each customer as no job is the same, we trust our bespoke service to do the talking and we find it guarantees repeat business from satisfied customers”.

View Derwent Shipping and Logistics’ services  at www.derwent-shipping.com or call  01757 606391.