PML’s Human Resources Administrator Sadie James, has received her Masters Degree (MSC) in Human Resource Management from the University of Portsmouth.
Logistics UK has shortlisted us for the Logistics Awards 2022 in the Most Innovative Company of the Year category. Each category will be judged and
PML, the world-class logistics and supply chain solutions provider, announces the appointment of Iain Bruce as the company’s new Finance Director.
Mental health and emotional wellbeing has become a regular fixture on the corporate agenda and post covid, the issue is even more prolific and as a result is covered extensively across various media platforms. One in four people will experience a mental health issue in any given year (source: MHFA England CIC).
Nick Finbow, Sales Director of PML, the provider of world-class logistics and supply chain solutions, has been officially admitted into the prestigious Worshipful Company of Butchers, following a time-honoured ceremony which took place at Butcher’s Hall, in the City of London.
34 HGV driver jobs created 30 office/warehouse jobs created Superb HGV driver facilities – focus on driver welfare Remote HMRC/ DEFRA approved Border Control Post
PML has responded to reports relating to a potential relaxation of the rules governing the number of permitted deliveries a transport operator from another EU Member State can make within the UK
PML’s response to the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps comments on Good Morning Britain, 15.10.21
On Friday evening Richard Hoyte was presented with the FPC Fresh Awards for the Manager of the Year at London’s Old Billingsgate.
perations Director Ryan Parr picked up the Industry Hero award from this year’s FPC Fresh Awards, which were presented on Friday 19th November at London’s Old Billingsgate venue.
Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the global provider of world-class logistics and supply chain solutions, is more than quadrupling its fleet of lorries to cater for the growing demand for the company’s services as the no1 player in the transfer of perishable goods.
Despite the assurances of our government, the reality is that those involved in the supply chain for essential food and drink are facing dire operational challenges and looking at the current situation, these are only likely to worsen as we edge towards Christmas and the New Year.