Widnes based international logistics chain joins forces with Mexican freight firm

Suttons teams up with Mexican company

Suttons teams up with Mexican company

First published in News Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

INTERNATIONAL chemical logistics and supply chain specialist Suttons Group from Widnes has joined forces with with Mexican freight forwarding company Rovesa.

The partnership will provide a range of logistics and supply chain services which include trucking, international and domestic ISO tank transport, tank cleaning, repair and maintenance and customs brokerage services.

The two companies will develop their value adding integrated logistics and supply chain services, to give their customers a competitive advantage through faster, more reliable and innovative solutions to realise savings within their supply chain.

Greg O’Shea, Suttons Americas regional director, said: “Mexico is an important region for Suttons and the petrochemical sector is a large and rapidly developing market which we feel we are well placed to support.

“This new partnership will enhance the services Suttons’ can provide in the region and give our customers the same bespoke, value added logistics and supply chain services that we deliver elsewhere in the world.”

The new partnership will take full advantage of the vast experience of both parties in this specialist sector.

Suttons, whose HQ are in Gorsey Lane, is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and is one of the UK’s most successsful privately owned chemical logistics and supply chain company providing bespoke and innovative supply chain solutions to the world’s largest chemical manufacturers.

Rovesa, founded in 1971, is a highly regarded freight forwarder operating from the ports of Tampico, Altamira, Veracruz.

The company has extensive specialist knowledge and experience in chemical logistics and will enable Suttons to further develop its added value services in the region.

 

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