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Neill & Brown adds to leadership team

May 10 - East Yorkshire, UK based Neill & Brown Global Logistics has made three board level appointments.

Colin Moody has become the company's managing director. He succeeds Peter Brown who will now act as its chief executive officer.
 
Brown has worked for the family-run business since 1965. He commented that he will continue to be involved with the day-to-day running of the company, although its recent growth meant that it was essential for more posts to be created at a strategic level.
 
Moody started his career with Neill & Brown in 1982 as an office junior. He most recently held the position of logistics director, and has a shareholding in the firm.
 
Carl Andrew will fill Moody's position as logistics director and will take a seat on the company's board.
 
John Brown, director for health, safety and quality has retired after more than 40 years with the company.
 
Neill & Brown is a specialist in the movement of caravans and portable buildings, as well as abnormal and oversized loads in the UK. Due to its location in northeast England, the company's sees itself playing an important role in the transport of out-of-gauge and abnormal cargoes for the renewables sector.
 
 
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