Meet the new Potter Logistics at Multimodal 2013

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Meet the new Potter Logistics at Multimodal 2013

March 09
11:09 2013

Potter Logistics will be promoting its intermodal services and new corporate identity at the Multimodal exhibition on stand 320 from 23rd – 25th April 2013 at the NEC,Birmingham.

The company, which unveiled its new name, logo and livery at the beginning of this year, will be championing its plans for improved rail gauges and longer head shunts at its rail freight terminals in Ely, Knowsley and Selby.

Stuart Taylor, business development director comments, “This year, we particularly want to focus on our rail services. We have plans already in motion for increasing the rail gauge to W9 at Knowsley and W10 at Selby. In addition, we plan to increase the length of our head shunts at all rail freight terminals so that we can receive longer trains up to 750m.

“We have no doubt that rail freight in theUKwill continue to grow and play a huge part in transport and logistics. By making improvements to our rail freight terminals now, we are preparing ourselves for the future.

“To celebrate the launch of our visually striking identity, we will have newly liveried vehicles at the exhibition. We plan to have both our new fleet vehicle of choice, the Mercedes Actros 2545 and a 7.5tonne Mitsubishi Canter Eco Hybrid vehicle, the first of its kind in theUK.

“In addition, we will also be using Multimodal to promote our pallet network, warehousing and regulated products services,” concludesTaylor.

Potter Logistics is a family run business with six distribution centres located in Droitwich, Ely, Knowsley, Ripon, Selby and York. The company provides specialist logistics solutions focusing on the chemical, agricultural, pharmaceutical and food industries. To find out more about how Potter Logistics can help your business, visit them at stand 320.

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