Posted on 01 Oct 2019
Warrant Group is going from strength to strength as it celebrates 30 years in business.
The company has celebrated a significant number of new business wins coupled with substantial organic growth from its existing customer base.
Ian Jones is Managing Director of Warrant Group, which supports clients across a wide range of sectors including FMCG, food and drink, retail, the chemical sector and waste recycling.
He explained: "As Warrant Group celebrates its 30th year, we believe that its success can be attributed to our core values, our commitment to customers and also the dedication of our people.
"The business has come an incredibly long way in three decades and by building on this legacy, we aim to expand our business portfolio across Warrant Group's diverse product range.
"An exciting future lies ahead and we would like to thank our customers, suppliers and partners for their continuing trust, support and contributions."
Warrant Group designs, implements and delivers supply chain and freight forwarding solutions on a global scale.
The company was originally founded in 1989.
Ian Jones became Managing Director in 2008 and alongside a dedicated team has successfully grown the business, attracting new talent and overseeing a major period of investment.
The company's teams provide extensive multimodal support to clients importing and exporting goods throughout the world.
Warrant Group's Strategic Partner Network affectionately known as 'local heroes' - play a vital role in the company's service provision across the globe.
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