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Charles Gee in heavy haulage division launch

April 16 - UK transport company and freight forwarder Charles Gee Group is in the process of launching a specialist heavy haulage division, to be based at London Heathrow, in order to serve the complex project and out of gauge cargo markets.

The London-based transport group is to use its presence at Multimodal 2009, being staged at Birmingham's NEC on 28 - 30 April, to promote the new division and target prospective customers.

Stephen Anderson, Charles Gee Group partner, says: "Our new specialist division based at Heathrow further emphasises our commitment to customer service and allows us to offer a unique service to clients who require complex and unusual cargo logistics."

The division will function within the Charles Gee Heathrow operation.

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