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Business on the move at Quality Freight

[ July 1, 2016   //   ]

Quality Freight UK has launched a mobile crane service after investing £300,000 in a second Fuchs loading machine. Both cranes can be moved at short notice to locations across North West England, for example to load bulk ships in Runcorn or to discharge trains at rail terminals.

Managing director, Sebastian Gardiner, said: “We believe many companies will be interested in using one of the cranes either as a standalone service or as part of a broader logistics solution. In the first instance we are looking to grow the mobile crane service in the North of England but, in due course, there is no reason why it cannot have a UK-wide reach.”

Last year, the company launched a new container service between Seaforth terminal, Liverpool, and Ellesmere Port in partnership with Peel Ports and also continues to invest in its fleet of vehicles which include bulk tippers, tipping and sliding skeletals for use with containers and powder tankers.

((Pic – Quality Freight))