PSP Completes UK Hat Trick As It Opens An Office On The Isle Of Wight
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Nov 2012

WORLDWIDE logistics and freight forwarding company, PSP, has opened a new office on the Isle of Wight – making it the only freight forwarder with a dedicated office on the island that customers can visit.

The company has set up its new base in Cowes and appointed islander Michelle Navin to head up the office, which will provide worldwide freight solutions for businesses and consumers.

PSP has rented offices at the premises of Acclaim Parcels which, according to PSP’s Managing Director Frank Dixie, is the perfect location. “We are in the best place, with the best transport company on the island. That affords us the opportunity to offer an all-in service which I believe Isle of Wight companies deserve,” he said.

Frank added: “As an independent company with a worldwide reach we are lean, flexible and able to make decisions quickly. This has been a tremendous advantage in setting up the new office and becoming the only freight forwarder with a dedicated island office on the Isle of Wight.

“We are truly committed to helping businesses on the island import and export goods and have ambitious plans to expand the service over coming years, allowing us to grow our company while supporting the island’s economy.”

PSP currently has two offices in the UK – its headquarters in Segensworth and its air freight office at Staines. It also has a joint venture office in India. The new Isle of Wight office will complete PSP’s UK hat trick.

To find out more about the Isle of Wight office visit www.psp-logistics.com