AGI opens Leeds office

Dale Cross. Photo: AGI Global Logistics

AGI Global Logistics has opened a new office in Leeds, UK to increase its coverage in the north of England, where it already has a presence in Manchester, Immingham and Newcastle.

The Leeds office is an extension of AGI’s Derby operation, and will be run by Dale Cross, office director, and Steven Barrett.

As well as offering air, road and sea transport, the AGI Leeds team also specialises in DDP Regime 42 movements from the UK to Europe for groupage, FTL and dedicated express vans.

The new office is located in Wakefield, close to major road networks and Leeds Bradford Airport.

AGI now has a total of 18 offices: one in Amsterdam, another in Oslo and the rest located around the UK.

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