Neal Williams, group managing director at Priority Freight, commented: “We already run a 24-hour operation from the UK, so expanding office hours in the Wroclaw office was a logical next step as we grow the business. With many of our clients operating globally, they appreciate our ability to respond to emergency logistics needs at any time of day.”
At the beginning of the year the company moved offices in Poland to bigger premises in Wroclaw because of growing staff numbers there. Operations in the country are led by general manager, Arek Kowalewski, who has been with the company for almost four years.
Wroclaw is the largest city in western Poland and the office has convenient access to the airport.
In 2014, the company completed over 100,000 expedited shipments around the world and in the last 12 months increased its staff numbers by 34%.