Welsh forwarder looks for global growth

Freight Systems Express Wales (FSEW), based at South Wales International Freightliner Terminal in Wentloog near Cardiff, has appointed Keith Davies as international sales and development manager. He has worked in the freight industry for over 20 years and until recently held a sales development role for Schenker Bristol, saying: “South Wales is a very competitive market but there are certainly opportunities out there and I’m confident my experience will support ... [+]

Welsh freight company is pitch perfect

A Cardiff-based freight company has been transporting a unique load this summer – the Millennium Stadium pitch. The hallowed Welsh turf was removed from the stadium by FSEW in the run up to the FIM Fogo British Speedway Grand Prix event and will be returned in time for the Welsh rugby ... [+]

New chairman for Welsh freight firm

[caption id="attachment_3029" align="alignright" width="300" caption="FSEW's new Chairman Anton Woodhouse"][/caption] Freight Systems Express Wales (FSEW), has appointed Anton Woodhouse as its new chairman. He led a management buy-out of retailer Peacocks in 1997 and, after opening a new distribution centre, expanding the company to 320 stores and floating on the stock market ... [+]
Gethin Worgan, Geoff Tomlinson and Mark Leveridge stand in front of container lift

Boom time in South Wales

Independent intermodal freight forwarder Freight Systems Express Wales (FSEW), based at the South Wales International Freightliner Terminal in Wentloog, near Cardiff, says it has transported a record number of rail borne containers from Southampton Docks to the terminal in partnership with Freightliner's Logico division. FSEW founder Geoff Tomlinson, said: “Working closely ... [+]

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