Humber boss celebrates half century

Neill & Brown Global Logistics boss Peter Brown is celebrating half a century’s service with the company. Now chief executive of the Hull-based forwarder, he started out in 1965 as the office boy, palletising imported Scandinavian timber at the former RAF Catfoss airfield in East Yorkshire for onward distribution. Under Mr Brown’s stewardship, employee numbers rise from 75 to more than 130 in the past few years and a ... [+]

New pallet base for Hull freight firm

Neill & Brown Global Logistics has opened a £90,000 new transit warehouse at its headquarters in Hessle, near Hull to handle its pallet business. The forwarding and freight firm has an exclusive deal in the Hull postcode area for United Pallet Network. The 3,000 sq ft building has been ... [+]

With a little help from our friends…

Chief executive of the Humber local enterprise partnership, Kishor Tailor, officially opened a new 40,000sq ft warehouse for Neill & Brown Global Logistics on 4 December 2014. The company said that 14 local businesses have helped develop the £2.5m site at Marfleet Environmental Technology Park. Peter Brown, CEO of Hessle-based Neill ... [+]

Humber firm wins business from the South

Humberside-based Neill & Brown Global Logistics has signed an exclusive agreement with northern Germany's Nellen & Quack The Green Line for the UK and Ireland. The agreement consolidates traffic from Gronau-based The Green Line, bringing it through the Humber and diverting it from other ports including Felixstowe and Dover, significantly increasing ... [+]

East, west, Hull’s best

Hull-based Neill & Brown Global Logistics is investing £2.5m in a new 40,000 sq ft warehouse at Marfleet Environmental Technology Park with the help of 20% funding from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s Growing the Humber fund. The money is part of the £30m allocated to the Humber LEP from ... [+]

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