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As the pandemic unfolded, the fleet of C-130 Hercules transport aircraft serviced and maintained by Marshall’s aerospace subsidiary was in demand, as governments executed urgent repatriation missions and flew supplies to remote regions. Marshall also helped develop the Exovent negative pressure ventilator, and employed its 3D printers to produce protective gear. On the ground, it used its fleet of temperature controlled vehicles to help preserve the UK’s food supply. It is led by executive chairman Alex Dorrian, 73, and vice-chairman Robert Marshall, 57.

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Company details
Year2020
Rank23
CompanyMarshall Group
ActivityConglomerate
LocationCambridge
Sales £m*2,638
Profit £m*59
Year endDec 19
Principal shareholdersThe Marshall family & family trusts (75%), others (25%)
Staff6,365
Founded1909
Websitewww.marshallgroup.co.uk

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