FSEW

AcronymDefinition
FSEWFreight Systems Express Wales (transport company; UK)
FSEWFarming Systems Extension Worker (Laos)
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FSEW, based at the International Freightliner Terminal in Cardiff, is T South Wales' leading independent intermodal freight-forwarder providing transport and delivery services world-wide.
Mr Lacey, originally from Aberdare, joins FSEW with more than a decade of experience in the freight industry, specialising in the European market.
FSEW, based at the International Freightliner Terminal in Cardiff, is South Wales' leading independent intermodal freight forwarder, providing transport and delivery services worldwide.
Managing director Geoff Tomlinson, who oversees the T32-strong Cardiff team, said: "Both consumers and businesses have rightly become more and more environmentally conscious over recent years and sustainability and the environment have always been at the core of our values here at FSEW.
Gethin Worgan, general manager of FSEW, said: "We are consistently trying to ensure that we provide our clients with the highest quality of service and the standard of our trucks is closely linked with this.
A veteran of more than 30 years' in the transport and logistics industry, Steve Rees, 57, brings a wealth of experience and valuable business connections to FSEW.
"From FSEW's point of view, we have felt the impact of the recession but have tried to find ways round it, expanding our offering in order to appeal to a wider customer base than in the past.
Geoff Tomlinson, of FSEW, said: "Tesco is always keen to seize every opportunity to reduce its carbon footprint and we saw an opportunity to help them do so here.
Mr Saunders said: "Even as an outsider it is plain to see that FSEW is an ambitious and exciting company so I was keen to come on board and join this dynamic team.
Anton Woodhouse joins the company with over 40 years of business expertise which he will use to build on FSEW's current achievements and help ensure the company's continued success.
And when the festival is over, everything will be shipped back to Wales and returned to their owners afterwards." "FSEW is really proud to have been chosen for such a prestigious contract and have the opportunity to play a part in what is one of the biggest festivals of its kind." FSEW, which has a workforce of 30, had a turnover of pounds 8.2m in the 12 months to June 2008..
FSEW's managing director Geoff Tomlinson said despite the current economic climate business was performing well.