Priority donates 180,000 medical masks

Time-critical logistics specialist Priority Freight has donated 180,000 medical face masks, costing over £100,000, to charities and organisations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The largest charitable donation the company has ever made is being shipped and personally delivered by employees at Priority Freight to 30 organisations and charities across Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Spain and the UK. Group managing director, Neal Williams, commented: “Having fought hard to get our company back ... [+]

Priority offers Brexit airbridge lifeline

Time-critical logistics specialist Priority Freight and charter airline company Jota Aviation are to set up an ‘air bridge’ between mainland Europe and the UK from January. It says it will offer clients some peace-of-mind, by guaranteeing on-time delivery of critical goods.The air bridge will offer return flights twice daily, using ... [+]

Priority Freight prepares for Brexit

Time-critical logistics specialist Priority Freight has set up a dedicated customs management team to carry out clearances in-house for its customers. It has also gained Authorised Economic Operator Full (AEOF) status with MMRC at its three UK locations (Dover, Coventry and Heathrow), giving it the power to operate quicker customs procedures, ... [+]

Priority Freight gains Investors in People mark

Time-critical logistics specialist Priority Freight has been awarded Investors in People accreditation, demonstrating its good people management. Investors in People is the international standard for people management, defining what it takes to lead, support and manage people effectively to achieve sustainable results. Group managing director, Neal Williams, said: “We are passionate ... [+]

Priority appoints marketing man

'Contingency logistics' specialist Priority Freight has appointed Stuart Stobie as group sales and marketing director. He joins Priority Freight from TNT, where he worked for 28 years in a variety of roles including senior management and at boardroom level. [+]

Austin returns to Priority Freight

Contingency logistics specialist Priority Freight has appointed Andrew Austin as group operations director. He joins from the Keswick Enterprises Group, where he was senior executive officer but previously worked for Priority Freight as chief executive officer from 2010 to 2013. [+]

Poland a priority for fast freight firm

Priority Freight is ramping up operations at its Polish office in Wroclaw, to provide a 24-hours a day service, five days a week. The company provides door-to-door logistics solutions for the automotive, aerospace and pharmaceutical industries, often in emergency and crisis situations. Priority now has six offices in four countries ... [+]

Priority sets up cross-trade department

Time-critical specialist Priority Freight has set its cross-trade logistics service aas a stand-alone department at its London Heathrow office. It is headed by Tom Outhwaite and offers a service coordinating all third country freight and customs clearance activities, including temperature controlled, oversized goods and hazardous cargo, from one location. General Manager ... [+]

Priority in Poland

Priority Freight is investing in a Polish business entity based in the Lower Silesia region near Wroclaw. Although the urgent delivery specialist has been active in the country for three years, it aims to strengthen its service offering , particularly automotive, aerospace, energy and pharmaceuticals. Group managing director, Neal Williams said: “Wroclaw’s ... [+]

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