Cronus on the road to success
Cronus Logistics is developing into one of the fastest growing door-to-door logistics and shipping companies on the Irish Sea with a multi-million pound turnover and a rapidly expanding client base.
“It’s been a truly landmark year”, said Nicola Walker, Managing Director of Cronus Logistics. “Our significant sales growth over the past 12 months demonstrates that we offer an effective and sustainable transport solution across the Irish Sea. With an experienced operations team, it is testament to their dedication and hard work coupled with the operational support of our port partners that we have been able to breathe new life into this Ireland-UK route.”
Operating through The Bristol Port Company and Warrenpoint Harbour Authority, Cronus offers a dedicated logistics service across the Irish Sea to connect Ireland with southern and central parts of the UK. With four scheduled sailings per week in both directions, Cronus is the low carbon route option with the green credentials to reduce road miles trucks travel within Great Britain.
“Our objective throughout has been to provide a fresh logistics alternative for the Irish market. With volatile fuel costs, ever-increasing toll charges, stringent emissions regulations and the inevitable road congestion, this unique service has proven itself in delivering a reliable and cost effective alternative to this established trade route,” said Walker.
“The development of the business over the past year has been on target to our forecasted expectations and is a major step forward in Irish Sea logistics and service levels.”
“The next 12 months will be even more important to Cronus Logistics as well as our partners who have made this past year so memorable. Operating our own ships gives us complete control of the entire supply chain door to door. We have a very specific business plan and a clear strategy to establish ourselves as the market leader across the Irish Sea into and out of the South of England.”
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