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2021 has certainly been another challenging year for global supply chains and for dangerous goods logistics in particular. However, Evolution Forwarding have continued to overcome the obstacles presented to us since the pandemic began, and have successfully overseen another year of growth.
While constantly working around the burden of ongoing global supply chain delays and disruption, we have had some highlights too. We celebrated our tenth year of business earlier in the year and finished it as BIFA (British International Freight Association) Award finalists in two categories.
The pandemic has delivered us a new Covid threat this festive season, and while we can at least spend Christmas with our families this year, we still need to remain vigilant.
In the meantime, the directors and staff of Evolution wish all of our customers, partners, friends and colleagues, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy & Prosperous New Year. Stay Safe!
Evolution Forwarding specialise in the packing, documentation, compliance and movement of dangerous goods internationally, our expertise and willingness to get the job done has positioned us second to none in this important area.
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