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Downing heads up Priority Freight’s projects division

UK-headquartered Priority Freight has appointed Steve Downing as head of group projects. He will be responsible for developing and leading the company’s recently launched project division.

Downing joins Priority Freight, which specialises in time-critical shipments, from Volga-Dnepr Airlines. In his new role he will focus on large air charters, complex multimodal logistics solutions and project freight forwarding activities. Downing has also held senor positions at F.H. Bertling.

Neal Williams, group managing director at Priority Freight, commented: "[Downing’s] appointment will complement perfectly with our ambitious but fully achievable growth plans and he will play a vital role in Priority Freight's development as a global company."

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