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A third-party logistics (3PL) company, located in the heart of the Sheffield City Region, has made a new appointment to assist with its ongoing growth.

Tony Morris.

Carlton Forest 3PL (formerly known as Carlton Forest Warehousing) welcomes Tony Morris from Worksop to the team who takes up the post of Commercial Manager for the 3PL sector of the business.

“Business continues to prosper and the recent acquisition of a further warehouse at Hellaby, close to the M18/M1 junction required us to bring greater resilience to the team,” said Graham White, Group Commercial Manager, Carlton Forest Group. “Tony’s experience in the sector has meant that he has transferred his skill set to our business portfolio with ease and he is well qualified to be able to continue our growth in the fulfilment and ecommerce sector where we have found that bespoke solutions are particularly beneficial; something that we excel at.”

Tony has over 20 years’ experience at a senior management level and worked for one of the country’s biggest retailers. This experience will allow him to develop bespoke logistics solutions for new customers whilst working with the team that manage existing customer accounts and requirements to provide a fully integrated logistics solution.

“Carlton Forest has carved an excellent reputation for itself in recent years and its continued growth and high levels of performance make it a great team to be part of,” said Tony. “I am very much looking forward to the future and to promoting the benefits that businesses can enjoy by allowing Carlton Forest 3PL to be your logistics partner.”

Carlton Forest has over half a million sq ft of warehousing space across three sites in Worksop, Barnsley and Hellaby.

Carlton Forest 3PL offers a full range of warehousing and logistics services including contract warehousing, contract packing, national distribution, WMS and stock control and bespoke fulfilment solutions.

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