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We’re Pleased to be Recognised for Going beyond Distribution

Browns Distribution are proud to announce that we’ve been shortlisted as finalists in both the Haulier of the Year and the Customer Care categories by the prestigious Motor Transport Awards. As many of our clients will be aware, customer service, efficiency and quality rest at the centre of our business, so we’re deeply indebted to each member of our invaluable team for helping us build towards these esteemed accreditations.

Browns was set up over 60 years ago with the view to helping local businesses expand their trading networks through affordable logistics. Today, we operate at the forefront of distribution and transport, offering a range of freight, storage and tracked services to brands across the Staffordshire & Cheshire regions, whilst taking care to preserve our inherent focus on close professional relationships. Helmed by our MD David Brown Jnr., the third generation of the Browns family to lead our company – who was recently recognised as The Sentinel’s Young Business Person of the Year – Browns look forward to continuing to deliver on our remit of “Moving Distribution Forward”, and ensuring we remain at the cutting edge of the logistics sector.

We at Browns Distribution specialise in providing logistics, transport and storage to growing and established companies in our local area, and constantly look to improve our service through the integration of new technologies and IT. To benefit from our decades of industry experience and infallible commitment to customer satisfaction, get in touch with our team online or by calling 01782 525 300 today.

Motor Transport Awards 2016 - Customer Care FinalistMotor Transport Awards 2016 - Haulier of Year finalist

Browns | Going Beyond Distribution

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