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Out of the Blue

A new and exciting logistics company has been launched in the UK.



A vibrant and dynamic company has been set up in England with it's own offices in Skegness and Manchester.

OceanBlue Director Rob Salt says, ‘We are specialists in the transportation of manufactured goods, including hazardous cargoes, from the UK to Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Baltic States via our own dedicated weekly road freight export services, geared up for the groupage and part load markets.’



The locations of the company are Skegness and Manchester which Rob says ‘Skegness is our operational centre and from there we can serve the English east coats ports of Goole, Hull, Immingham, Grimsby, Boston and even Felixstowe. Manchester is a sales office centrally located to cover the hinterland.’



He further explains, ‘In a competitive market you must offer something special, I think we do this by way of a personal service which only a small and efficient organisation can offer.’



OceanBlue Logistics Limited can call on a number of years experience from their dedicated staff and Rob adds ‘Whilst our core business is Northern Europe we are intent on expanding our business into other areas and we already have this in our marketing strategy for 2006.’



When pressed to elaborate on his strategy, he replied, ‘We have already made contact with substantial organisations in Asia, the Middle East and the Americas where we are prepared to invest time and energy with the right partners.’



Further information is available at http://www.oceanbluelogistics.co.uk



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