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History

1963: Formed by William Edgar Deane and based at Monument Street in the city of London primarily offering freight forwarding services and airfreight. IATA Approved.
1965: Moved to new premises in Idol Lane in the city.
1967: Satellite office opened in Basildon Essex.
1968: Moved to Barking office in the town centre with warehousing on current site– set-up after deregulation whereby freight forwarders could use their own consolidation warehouses within the Thames area.
1971: Opened London Heathrow office in the cargo building which was situated on the site that Terminal 5 now stands on.
1972: Present M.D. Robert Falconer joined the company. Developing a strong sea-freight department and building the foundations of what the company is today.
1975: Opened Felixstowe office (Trelawny House) to represent Scandinavian Ferries who were operating between Felixstowe and Oslo.
1994: Work started on our present Head office building Mayesbrook House with works completed in 1996.
1999: W.E. Deane S.A. (PTY) LTD was formed. There are three directors, the Managing Director who is based in South Africa, with the two other Directors based in the UK.
1999: Speke operation began for the purpose of automotive based sequencing.
2001: Southampton plant opened specifically for Automotive sequencing and distribution.
2002: Opened office in Rotterdam for handling of seafreight from South Africa and other seafreight destinations.
2008: One of the first companies to get AEO accreditation.
2008: Office opened in Zurich for projects; as well as Air and Sea operations.
2009: Opened new fully operational depot in the West Midlands.


 


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