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Kestrel swoops on Nott

August 15 - In the UK after eight years at Allseas Global Logistics, most recently as global project manager, Des Nott has moved to the Kestrel Group as breakbulk and project specialist - southern region.

Commenting on the appointment, Andy Thorne, Kestrel Group's ceo said: "Des is well known in the industry and brings 21 years of experience to the business.

"We've recently purchased a new office at the Port of Felixstowe where Des will be located."


www.kestrel.com

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