PML’S Blue Sky Thinking Results In Partnership With GreenSky

Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the no1 player in the transfer of perishable goods market, announces an official partnership with GreenSky, international experts in air freight logistics.

The move to work with GreenSky provides PML with the ability to expand its global partner network into Mexico and offer customers further trade lanes in to, and out of, the North America region.

PML has linked with GreenSky for many years under a non-partnership agreement but the company was keen to cement a more formal arrangement, underpinning the business’ commitment to providing a seamless door-to-door solution air freight solution to Mexico.

Commenting on the news, Nick Finbow, Sales Director says, “GreenSky represents a perfect fit for PML, we have known our colleagues there for many years and as a result, have built up a working relationship based on trust. GreenSky shares our dedication to delivering an exceptional customer service experience which represents the best in class in the perishable fruits and vegetable sector. This arrangement enables us to provide clients seeking to move goods from Mexico to the UK with a one-stop-shop, handled by a highly reputable agent with proven local knowledge and an unsurpassed standard of operations which includes triple inspection of the product, technologically advanced global documentation, and the quickest delivery schedule possible. Although initially we will be operating out of the main growing areas in Mexico, both companies are optimistic about the opportunity to extend this offering to include additional export routes based on GreenSky’s global air freight experience. The partnership will be effective from 1 st January and marks another important milestone for PML, enabling the business to capitalise on the buoyant Mexico market, which is currently witnessing the export of salad onions, blueberries, blackberries, eggplant and avocado. Traditionally, these products have been transferred by numerous agents or faceless multinationals but with the new deal in place, PML can offer a viable alternative proposition to growers, exporters and importers, backed by our heritage as a trusted, customer-service driven and 100% reliable logistics provider.”

PML’s blue sky thinking results in partnership with GreenSky

January 2020: Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), the no1 handling agent of perishable goods, announces an official partnership with GreenSky, international experts in perishable air freight logistics.

The move to work with GreenSky provides PML with the ability to expand its global partner network into Mexico and offer customers further trade lanes in to, and out of, the North America region. 

PML has linked with GreenSky for many years under a non-partnership agreement but the company was keen to cement a more formal arrangement, underpinning the business’ commitment to providing a seamless door-to-door air freight solution to Mexico. 

Commenting on the news, Nick Finbow, Sales Director says, “GreenSky represents a perfect fit for PML, we have known our colleagues there for many years and as a result, have built up a working relationship based on trust. GreenSky shares our dedication to delivering an exceptional customer service experience which represents the best in class in the perishable fruits and vegetables sector. This arrangement enables us to provide clients seeking to move goods from Mexico to the UK with a one- stop shop, handled by a highly reputable agent with proven local knowledge and an unsurpassed standard of operations which includes triple inspection of product, technologically advanced global documentation, and the quickest delivery schedule possible. Although initially we will be operating out of the main growing areas in Mexico, both companies are optimistic about the opportunity to extend this offering to include additional export routes based on GreenSky’s global air freight experience. The partnership will be effective from 1st January and marks another important milestone for PML, enabling the business to capitalise on the buoyant Mexico market, which is currently witnessing the export of salad onions, blueberries, blackberries, eggplant and avocado.

Traditionally, these products have been transferred by numerous agents or faceless multinationals but with the new deal in place PML can offer a viable alternative proposition to growers, exporters and importers, backed by our heritage as a trusted, customer-service driven and 100% reliable logistics provider.”

Press – Global Cold Chain News

The Global Cold Chain News is hot on the latest technology story coming from PML and their investment in roller bed floor lorry trailers.

“Feltham, UK: Perishable Movements is adding six refrigerated trailers with powered roller bed floors to its fleet.

Gray & Adams is building the trailers which will have Joloda power roller bed floors to automate loading and unloading containers.”

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Press – PML invests in refrigerated vehicles featuring pioneering technology

press pml invests in refrigerated vehicles featuring pioneering technology

Produce Business UK speak with Robert Haynes, PML’s Business Development Manager about the significant investment into a new fleet of vehicles for the business and the leading technology they will offer.

“Perishable Movements Ltd (PML), one of the top players in the transfer of perishable goods market, is investing circa £500,000 in six new state-of-the-art trucks, which represent the UK’s first refrigerated trailers to feature a powered roller bed floor system.”
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