Freight forwarder calls on women to combat industry stereotypes

Suffolk  forwarder Regine Haertel is calling on more women to combat industry stereotypes in male-dominated industries as part of International Women’s Day. Haertel, who works at Great Blakenham-based Morrison Freight, said she has never let her gender stop her from pursuing her goals. Born in Germany, previously worked as a building engineer, a carer and at a yachtbuilders before taking on the role at Morrison Freight last April. In her first year ... [+]

Reminder: Two weeks to the end of deferred import decs

Suffolk forwarder Darren Ryan is reminding businesses that the option to delay import customs declarations comes to an end on 1 January 2022. The Morrison Freight director strongly urges them to start putting in place procedures to ensure everything runs smoothly. From the start of 2022, a full and final customs ... [+]

Morrison offers customs help

Suffolk-based Morrison Freight is now offering customs services in addition to its established European logistics and road freight solutions. With any goods that cross the border between the UK and the EU liable for customs procedures, the increased administration and data collection is more difficult for businesses to manage – particularly ... [+]

Suffolk forwarder sees pre-Brexit surge

Suffolk-based Morrison Freight says a 27% growth in sales over the last 12 months is due to the preparations it has put in place to minimise the effects of Brexit on the company. The business has seen a surge in new customers and has started a recruitment drive. Over the ... [+]

Morrison celebrates first quarter century

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 ... [+]

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