, 2022-09-13 17:28:47,
World-leading global Freight Forwarding specialists Peters & May has continued to strengthen during the first six months of 2022 despite market challenges caused by the ongoing impact of Covid-19 and the conflict in Ukraine.
The Peters & May marine team, headquartered in the UK and represented by ten offices worldwide, has overseen just short of 1500 yacht shipments so far this year and its sales teams are already busy with requests coming in from clients, private individuals and charter companies for shipments in 2023.
In response to the continuing high volume of work, Peters & May has expanded its UK sales team with the appointment of Cassandre Avery. Avery’s career with Peters & May began in 2017 in the charter and operations department. With years of experience and knowledge in pricing and charter shipments, her role has expanded to support and strengthen the existing sales team.
The Peters & May Racing Yacht Transportation team has experienced an exceptional year so far, with the highlight being getting RED Bull Alinghi Racing’s newly acquired boat and associated gear to Spain for the build-up to the next America’s Cup, and continued movements around the TP52 Super Series.
The easing of restrictions to counter Covid-19 has clearly enhanced Peters & May’s clients’ need to travel and be active once more. However, the impact of the pandemic on economies is still being felt, global price rises largely caused by the conflict in Ukraine have been a hindrance,…
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