The most productive and efficient methods for handling, loading, transporting and dispatching steel products are discussed in a new white paper from Cronus Logistics. Called (Steel and Metals Logistics – the hard facts) it is available for free and gives an insight into what both suppliers and receivers are looking for in steel handling logistics in the UK and Ireland.
Cronus is using a newly acquired fleet of coil carriers, flat racks and super high cubes to handle dedicated steel and metal products on its innovative door-to-door route between the UK and Ireland using its own ships and with a guarantee of a professional yet personalized service.
Handling steel, forestry and building products is a core element of the Cronus Logistics service and the recent engagement with Associated British Ports (ABP) at Cardiff will open new routes and markets to customers in these sectors on both sides of the Irish Sea.
This is an ideal time to pop along to the Cronus Logistics stand, pick up a copy of the informative white paper and grab a few minutes with Nicola Walker, Managing Director, and her team who can guide you through the new services they offer.