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Ongoing growth fuels expansion

  12.05.2009    

First GBRf has opened a second office in Peterborough to meet the growing demand for its freight services. 
The new office, at Blenheim Court on Peppercorn Close, was officially opened on Monday 11 May 2009, by Dave Gausby, UK Rail Finance Director at FirstGroup and First GBRf’s Managing Director John Smith, who unveiled a special plaque to commemorate the occasion as a crowd of employees, clients and suppliers looked on. 
Spread over two floors the new office has five meeting rooms, training facilities and two kitchens and it will house operational, training and administrative staff.  With the haulier’s operational and maintenance premises at the Maskew Avenue address in Peterborough being retained, the new office will extend First GBRf’s presence in the Cambridgeshire town and provide space for further expansion.    
John Smith, Managing Director at First GBRf, said: “The staff at our Peterborough office work extremely hard to provide a first class service to our customers so I’m really pleased to be opening this new facility today, which will offer them a big increase in office space and a number of new facilities. The new office will enable us to better respond to the needs of our customers as a business and will support our continued growth in a number of areas including train planning, customer service, staff training and quality assurance.” 
The opening of the new office continues First GBRf’s ongoing growth and development during the economic downturn.  
In March the rail freight operator announced a number of long term deals with aggregate and coal companies and its financial results for the year 2008-09, showed turnover had exceeded prior predictions for the year. 
 


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