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Shipbuilding has been intrinsically linked with the River Clyde for centuries, and since 1903 Ferguson Marine has been an integral part of this industry

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It was 25 years ago, in 1993, that Joris J. Bakker began what would become a successful career in shipping, joining the company Seatrade Reefer Chartering in Antwerp having studied ‘Maritime Management’ in Rotterdam

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In 2019, International Forwarding Ltd will reach its 30th birthday. In that time, it has developed a full range of freight and logistics services to support its clients, thus becoming one of the UK’s most reliable and trusted independent freight forwarders

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Beginning its freight operations in 1975 under the name Global Shipping, third party logistics company Global Shipping & Logistics (GSL) soon established itself as a trend setter in the freight market as a result of the efficient and swift services it provided to its clients within the UAE

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In truly idealistic fashion, the formation of UK Waste Solutions Ltd (UKWSL) was driven by its founders’ inspirational belief that they can introduce new ways to solve old challenges in the British waste management industry

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When Frank Metcalfe established Washfold Farm in Leyburn, North Yorkshire, in 1940 he did so with a dairy herd of 20 cows. Today Frank’s grandsons, David, Brian and Philip Metcalfe, along with their father John and mother Thora, oversee 1300 pedigree Holstein cows and 1100 sheep on their 3200-acre farm

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For a fifth year in a row, the London Stock Exchange Group acknowledged the 1000 UK companies that have outgrown their respective sectors and set a positive example for their peers

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Owned by the Canadian infrastructure development company, Aecon Concessions, Skyport has been tasked with transforming Bermuda’s airport infrastructure and services, in a joint effort alongside the Government and the tourism sector to make the country an even more attractive and accessible destination

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Years ago, Morocco would have been a far cry from a maritime nation. The North African kingdom – a smorgasbord of Berber, Arabian, and European cultural influences, has however set out to invest sizably in establishing itself as a force to be reckoned with in international sea trade. 2004 marked the beginning of the construction of the Tanger Med port, which, upon its completion in 2007, became the one of the largest in Africa

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Established almost 40 years ago, in 1980 to be precise, T. V. L. Business Group implemented a strategy to aggressively integrate sea-freight, air-freight and inland transportation businesses in order to solidify the group as experts in both logistics and supply chain management

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