This company provides military and commercial logistics in difficult, remote or hostile regions. It has the contract to provide both the British and Dutch armies in Afghanistan with everything from toilet paper to small tanks. Using staff with a military background, Seafast moves products around Iraq, Sudan and the Congo. It also exports Ugandan coffee. It has recently invested in temperature-controlled warehousing in Felixstowe, where it is based, to expand the commercial services it offers. Under co-founder Nicos Chulk and managing director David Halliday, international sales have grown by 67% a year, from £1.6m in 2008 to £4.5m in 2010.
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