After twenty years as a leading freight forwarding organisation, Sandford Freight hosted a party at the glamorous Sea Containers venue, London on Friday 23rd November.
To mark this achievement, Chairman Sean Sandford and Managing Director Roy Walker wished to celebrate their lengthy and successful partnerships with various guests including clients, freight forwarding agents and the Director General of the British International Freight Association, Robert Keen.
Chairman Sean Sandford commented .“ It is wonderful to see the attendance of clients, suppliers and our global agents to celebrate our 20th birthday with us in London. He assured all that the experienced team in Sandford Freight will be able to steer you through the years ahead whatever Brexit we get.”
Managing Director Roy Walker commented that any company “Is only as good as its staff and without them Sandford Freight would not be the success that it is. Good old fashioned customer service has been key to our continued success and this is highlighted with clients and partners who have been working with us from our first day in operation twenty years ago”.
Some of the highlights over the last 20 years for Sandford Freight include becoming members of I.A.T.A, British International Freight Association, being a founding member of three freight forwarding networking organisations and achieving certification as an authorised economic operator.
A presentation to commemorate our 20th Anniversary in business was presented to Sean & Roy by Robert Keen the Director General of the British International Freight Association.
Finally Roy, Sean and all the Sandford Freight staff would like to thank our clients, freight agents and suppliers for their continued support over the past twenty years. Here to the next twenty!
Click here to view a slide show of the event.
Due to continued expansion Stephanie has recently joined the Sandford Freight UK team as our Sales and Operations Support Co-ordinator having recently moved over from South Africa. Stephanie previous worked in a similar role in the freight industry back in South Africa for the last 4 years.