Woodland move

WOODLAND International Transport has moved into new premises in Manchester, in response to continued expansion.

Kinga Garner, who has led the Manchester team since 2006, remains branch manager.

“I’m pleased to report healthy growth for Woodland’s services in the North West, necessitating a move to larger premises in Manchester. Our new premises allow us to de-van our own containers and the new facility is ideal for the handling of aircraft pallets for air imports and exports.”

Peter Wilkinson has been promoted to branch manager of Woodland’s Newcastle office.

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