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The circumstances behind Edward (Eddie) Stalker’s entry into the haulage and logistics industry is certainly a unique one, as Land, Sea & Air finds out when speaking to Stalkers Transport Services Managing Director, Karen Stalker

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A clear-cut strategy of proactive acquisition has defined Culina Group over the past several years. Most recently, in 2017, the market-leading ambient, chilled, and frozen food and drink logistics provider successfully acquired a 75 per cent majority share of Morgan McLernon, as well as the remaining shares of CML Fulfilment – a company that had already been part of a joint venture with Culina Group since 2014

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In 1988, Ben Jones and Alf Allington, two men who had previously met through their respective work in the warehousing industry, came upon an exciting opportunity to play their part in shaping the next phase in the legacy of one of London’s more historic business sectors, that being bonded warehouses

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The capital city of Tyrol, and the fifth-largest city in Austria, Innsbruck is nestled in the heart of the Alps

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Having stuck to its principle that life is a marathon and not a sprint, therefore everything must be done consistently and with patience, FREJA has incrementally built its business across the entire Nordic region in the space of nearly 35 years

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Leading Swedish manufacturer Dellner Brakes AB has developed an enviable reputation for the development of innovative braking solutions for both the marine and industrial sectors

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Headquartered in the seaside town of Felixstowe, home to the largest container port in the UK, and with regional offices in Dubai, UAE and Mombasa, Kenya, the Seafast Group today comprises of a number of companies dedicated to providing efficient, innovation, cost effective and bespoke global logistics solutions

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Transport for London’s Annual Report for 2016/17 has shown that moving about in London by bus remains the preferred option for public transport users. Around 2.24 billion journeys were made on the classic red buses in the period between April 2016 and March 2017, almost one billion more than the number of total fares on the London Underground

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The history of the Port of Cork can be traced back to 1814, when the Cork Harbour Commissioners was founded, in order to operate the city’s seaport facilities and harbour

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The birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the setting for the musical film The Sound of Music, Salzburg is the fourth largest city in Austria, internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and as being one of the best preserved city centres north of the Alps

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