Marshall Fleet Solutions Invests in Further Tail Lift Expertise

As part of the company’s planned expansion of its growing tail lift division, Cold Chain Federation member Marshall Fleet Solutions has, with immediate effect, appointed industry stalwart Andrew Kitchen as Head of Tail Lift Operations.

Reporting directly to MFS Tail Lift Director Sarah-Jane Whitmore, Andrew will be responsible for all the day-to-day operations within the Tail Lift Division at Marshall Fleet Solutions.

Announcing details of Andrew’s appointment, MFS’s Sarah-Jane Whitmore said, “As another key addition to the growing MFS tail lift business, Andrew joins MFS as we continue with our programme to invest in, and develop, the division moving forward. MFS now has a really impressive nationwide tail lift infrastructure in place and Andrew’s undoubted expertise, drive and determination will help push the overall MFS tail lift operation to new levels in 2021 and beyond.”

Having had a long-established career within the transport industry, Andrew Kitchen brings a wealth of relevant specialist industry expertise to Marshall Fleet Solutions, following 27 years working for Stone Hardy, where having worked his way through their business he rose to his most recent position of Operations Director, before joining MFS this month.

“Andrew’s arrival here at MFS is one of several recent new senior management appointments as MFS continues with its ongoing business development programme by investing in new people, new expertise and new facilities throughout the business,“ adds Sarah-Jane Whitmore.

MFS’s Tail Lift Division operates on a UK-wide basis through five regional depots, supported by a nationwide team of mobile service engineers, providing a full range of breakdown, repair and maintenance services including statutory thorough examinations as per LOLER, weight testing and diagnostics for tail lift, lifting deck and shutter doors.


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