Priority Freight to Attend Kent Manufacturing Expo

5th October 2015

Priority Freight, a leading provider of contingency logistics solutions for local and global manufacturers, will be attending ‘The Manufacturing and Electronics Expo 2015’. Among the UK’s largest dedicated business showcases for the manufacturing and electronics sectors, the exhibition takes place on Wednesday 7 October 2015, at the Kent Event Centre, Maidstone.

Priority Freight has six strategically located expert control centres in four countries (UK, Germany, Poland and Russia) that facilitate a global operation working for its customers 24/7, all year round.

With a commitment to excellent customer service, Priority Freight offers tailor-made, innovative transport solutions, developed in close partnership with clients. Through the use of highly advanced track and trace technology, the company offers high levels of visibility and traceability throughout the supply chain, enabling customers to maximise the flexibility and responsiveness of their supply chains, whilst improving their cost base.

Gabriel Dopazo, Business Development Manager at Priority Freight, commented: “Priority Freight’s mission is clear. We are a strategic partner to our clients and are committed to providing the fastest, most cost-effective and reliable solutions, time and time again. We are delighted to attend this exhibition, and look forward to welcoming guests to our stand.”

Priority Freight will be exhibiting at stand 80 where management will be available for interview during the show.

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Experts in air charter, direct express road transportation, express air freight, express on-board air courier and customs clearance.

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