Priority Freight Celebrates 20th Birthday at Automotive Logistics Europe
Priority Freight, a leading provider of contingency logistics solutions for the global automotive industry, will be attending the Automotive Logistics Europe conference next month. The pan-European executive networking event for the automotive logistics sector takes place between 15 and 17 March, at the Kameha Grand Hotel, Oberkassel, Bonn, Germany.
Automotive Logistics Europe is billed as the most significant gathering of executives responsible for supply chain management at OEMs, tier suppliers, infrastructure managers and technology companies, and Priority Freight joins the conference for the ninth time. The company will be celebrating its twentieth birthday during a special lunch on day one of the conference (15th).
With a commitment to excellent customer service, Priority Freight offers innovative transport solutions, tailored specifically to the needs of each customer. In the automotive sector, for example, the company has a proven track record of ensuring haulage is delivered ahead of deadline, with direct transportation and same-day delivery.
Neal Williams, Group Managing Director at Priority Freight, commented: “Our mission is to provide the most rapid, cost-effective and reliable door-to-door logistics solutions – often in emergency and crisis scenarios. As a strategic partner, we ensure our manufacturer clients avoid potential production losses and costs running into hundreds of millions of pounds per week.
“We’re looking forward to attending the 2016 Automotive Logistics Europe conference next month, and discussing important industry issues with friends and colleagues,” Neal Williams added.
With several strategically located offices across Europe, Priority Freight operates globally, 24/7, all year round. Founded in 1996, company revenues exceeded €65m during the 2014/15 financial year. The company completes over 150,000 expedited shipments each year.
Priority Freight executives will be available for interview during the Automotive Logistics Europe conference.