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Morrison celebrates first quarter century

[ December 11, 2015   //   ]

Ipswich-based international haulier Morrison Freight is celebrating 25 years in business by donating three trailers to the Mustard Seeds Relief Mission, in support of the charity’s ‘Love in a Box’ Christmas shoebox appeal. It will also run a ‘silver ticket’ competition where four loyal customers will get the chance to pick their chosen charity who will each receive £250.
Co-owner Darren Ryan (left) said: “We wanted to do something special to commemorate our 25th anniversary. Morrison Freight has always prided itself on giving back and this seemed an appropriate way to celebrate.”
Having started with a consortium of four people in a small office, the company has grown to a three-acre, two-storey headquarters in Great Blakenham, near Ipswich, employing almost 20 staff.
It is now led by Darren Ryan and Lee Steward (right), who took over the ownership of Morrison Freight earlier this year having been at the company for 13 years.

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