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Sally developing busines

27th November 1982
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Page 8, 27th November 1982 — Sally developing busines
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It has since increased its shipments from 200 per week to an average of 350 per week. The company says it is not the cheapest, but believes that its service is sufficiently superior to attract business.

Good service and friendly customer relations count for a lot in the eyes of Gerry Glover, general manager of Port Sally Management.

The new company is funded 50 per cent by Sally Line and per cent by Michael Kingsh( managing director of Sally Li and Port Sally Manageme Despite the backing by Sa Line, Mr Glover emphasised 11 his business is totally indep( dent.

Already a £250,000 freic shed has been built and a mu million pound developme scheme will be started once a year lease has been obtain from Thanet District Council.

Among the companies ti have started using Port Sally Frigoscandia, Dixons, Danr and Febland Europa.


Organisations: Thanet District Council

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