Allport to rebrand as EV Cargo Global Forwarding

By Damian Brett

Clyde Buntrock: Stuart Walker Photography 2020

Allport Cargo Services will re-brand as EV Cargo Global Forwarding as part of brand consolidation efforts by its owner.

As one of five business divisions within logistics and technology business EV Cargo, the forwarder will continue to offer international supply chain services, with investments in 22 countries and operations in over 100 markets.

The rebrand will provide EV Cargo Global Forwarding with the platform to operate under a single global brand, aligned with the other business divisions

The phased transition to EV Cargo Global Forwarding will be complete by the end of 2020.

Allport Cargo Services was founded in 1963 and specialises in retail and consumer goods industries, providing air, ocean and surface freight, logistics and supply chain optimisation services.

The company recently reported significant growth during 2019, with earnings before tax increasing by over 50% and introduced cost reduction measures to ensure sustainable trading during the first half of 2020.

Clyde Buntrock, EV Cargo Global Forwarding chief executive, said: “The move will allow us to provide an enhanced range of services to our customers in harmony with, and leveraging the broad expertise of, the other EV Cargo business divisions.”

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