Priority Freight announces expansion in Poland
Priority Freight, a leading global provider of contingency logistics solutions, has announced that its...
Priority Freight, a leading global provider of contingency logistics solutions, has announced that its Polish office, located in Wroclaw, will be ramping up operations to provide a 24-hours a day service, five days a week, starting today (Monday 14 September 2015).
Priority Freight has a proven track record in the global automotive, aerospace and pharmaceutical industries. As a strategic partner for its clients, the company’s mission is to provide the most rapid, cost-effective and reliable door-to-door logistics solutions – often in emergency and crisis scenarios.
The logistics solutions provided by Priority Freight are tailored to the needs of each customer - helping to lower supply chain costs and, through the use of advanced technologies, provide high levels of visibility and traceability at every stage of shipment. Their service enables customers to maximise the flexibility and responsiveness of their supply chains, allowing them to focus on their core business.
Neal Williams, Group Managing Director at Priority Freight, commented: “We already run a 24-hour operation from the UK, so expanding office hours in the Wroclaw office was a logical next step as we grow the business. With many of our clients operating globally, they appreciate our ability to respond to emergency logistics needs at any time of day.”
With six offices in four countries (UK, Germany, Poland and Russia), Priority Freight operates globally, 24/7, all year round. Founded in 1996, the company has experienced sustained growth and built substantial revenues; exceeding €75m during the 2013/14 financial year. In 2014, the company completed over 100,000 expedite shipments.
At the beginning of this year, the team relocated to bigger premises to accommodate growing staff numbers within the Polish arm of the company. The new office is located in Wroclaw, the largest city in western Poland, conveniently situated close to the airport.
In the last 12 months, the Priority Freight group has increased headcount by 34 percent. To support its continued growing operations, Priority Freight is recruiting several positions for various offices – see their website for current vacancies.
For more information on Priority Freight and their work, visit the company’s website, or follow them on Twitter. Priority Freight will be showcasing its emergency logistics services at Trans Poland, the international transport and logistics exhibition, to be held in Warsaw between 4 and 6 November, 2015.