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Founded in 2006 on the belief that passenger car services should combine high standards and an environmentally-focused approach, Green Tomato Cars (GTC) can be used as the perfect example of how an ethical and sustainable business can also be a commercial success

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Located at the heart of Plymouth’s historic quarter, Sutton Marina was first opened in 1972, when its first 70 berths were opened for recreational yachts

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Land, Sea & Air’s coverage of the UK-based international maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) specialist, Storm Aviation, over the last few years has been fortunate enough to coincide with the company’s expansion into the base maintenance arena

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How WesCom Signal and Rescue is training the industry with world-class animations and assets globally

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Providing a vital connection between communities on Scotland’s west coast, thus contributing to their social and economic development, David MacBrayne Ltd, through its ferries arm Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac), is the UK’s largest ferry operator

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As the vast majority of people reading this publication will be well aware, the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk is the UK’s busiest container port – and the eighth busiest in Europe – dealing with approximately half of all of Britain’s containerised trade

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Located in the suburb of Kranebitten, in the west of the city, Innsbruck Airport is a hugely important economic driver for the region of Tyrol, providing services to and from a number of key European destinations – including London, Amsterdam, Vienna and Frankfurt – and hosting carriers such as British Airways, Lufthansa, EasyJet, FINNAIR and Transavia

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First established in Rotherhithe, London, in 1974 by its founder Geoff Smith, Pentagon Freight Services (Pentagon) was created to serve the logistics requirements of the oil and gas industry

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As a company that has been around since 1842, Cory Brothers knows a thing or two about logistics and maritime services

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A milestone decision taken by Guernsey’s government in the summer of 2018 had an immediate effect on the activities at Guernsey Airport. The agreement of a new ‘open skies’ policy meant that airlines no longer needed an air transport licence to fly to and from the island, causing a potentially transformative change in what used to be a tightly regulated environment. Following the liberalising move, the airport is seeing a five per cent growth in passenger figures in 2019, which is nothing but good news for Guernsey’s flag carrier airline Aurigny Air

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