Wednesday 13th February 2013
The 2013 Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Exhibition this week in Farnborough coincides with Valentines Day, so the sales team thought it would be a nice idea to create a Charles Kendall chocolate heart lollipop to share with propsective customers and fellow exhibitors. Emma Roberts, Ian Shave and Jo Harvey from Freight as well as Mike Mabbott from Packing will be available on our stand for the duration of the show. More pictures from the event to follow.
Tuesday 5th February 2013
Visit Charles Kendall Freight & Packing at Stand 124 at next week's Southern Manufacturing Exhibition on 13th &14th February. Emma, Jo, Mike and Ian will be on hand to discuss specific needs or general enquries. As the UK's largest regional manufacturing technology, electronics and sub-contracting exhibition, the event organisers plan on bringing together over 600 exhibitors over the two day event located at FIVE in Farnborough.
Monday 21st January 2013
Charles Kendall Freight and Charles Kendall Packing have both welcomed in the New Year by unveiling brand-new vehicle livery designs. The updated designs have been applied to the entire transport fleet, with a particular emphasis on the doors which now feature a more modern, artistic twist on our identifiable red lion. Our fleet currently consists of one 7.5 tonne curtainside lorry, two Mercedes Lutons, one Ford Transit and one Sprinter.
Friday 14th December 2012
The long awaited new X-Ray machine arrived at the Charles Kendall Freight warehouse in Feltham at the beginning of December this year. As you would expect, the new machine uses the latest state-of-the-art X-ray technology in accordance with EU regulations and provides faster and more efficient X-Raying services for all our export customers. This also paves the way for the incumbent machine to transfer to it's new home at our Manchester facility which will greatly expand our freight and packing capabilities in the north of the UK.
Wednesday 31st October 2012
Charles Kendall Procurement recently organised the purchase and delivery of a fully restored classic Mini Cooper destined for a Motoring Museum in the Middle East. Arriving to the Feltham freight yard this week, car enthusiasts were excited to see such a classic British car in tremendous condition. The car was transported in a specially designed trailer whose exterior shows exactly where the car is designed to safely nestle during transport.