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New forwarder drops anchor in Fulham

[ March 5, 2018   //   ]

New privately-owned freight forwarder FSC Oceans has started trading from headquarters in Fulham High Street, West London.

Managing director Shatha Aziz (pictured below, right), who moved to the UK from Iraq in 2016, believes that there is a there is a gap in the market, and says the new company will work across a range of industries including automotive, FMCG, industrial, oil & gas, high tech, retail, drinks logistics and marine logistics.

Commercial director is Alan Hewitt (pictured below, left), operations manager Steve Tumber, general manager Salem Haifi and account supervisor Soraya Benouda.  Aziz said: “Our culturally diverse make-up is one of our key strengths and between us we have worked across a broad spectrum of industry sectors.

“We will work with customers in these sectors, of all sizes and complexity, building long-term relationships and setting up exclusive contracts with the world’s leading air, sea and road carriers thanks to our exceptional contacts and the long standing relationships we have across the globe.”

Hewitt  previously worked for Kuehne + Nagel and RH Freight. He said: “A major part of our skill set and expertise at FSC Oceans is our shared experience of tried and tested methods of evaluating and streamlining supply chains, with the end goal of providing each customer with a dedicated, value-drive solution.”