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17 November 2010, 02:14 pm
PSP Gives Industry Advice To ISAF Conference Delegates
Frank Dixie (centre) with son Alex and daughter Jo at the 2010 ISAF Annual Conference

PSP Worldwide Logistics
Athens, Greece

PSP, worldwide logistics firm and official supplier to ISAF, has reported a successful trip to ISAF's Annual Conference in Athens.
Managing Director, Frank Dixie, was invited by ISAF to explain to Connect to Sailing Seminar delegates the efficient boat and equipment transportation service PSP is able to give to their members.

He also explained how his firm could arrange container sharing for separate teams shipping with PSP, making transportation cheaper and more efficient for competitors.

He said: "It was incredibly valuable for us to meet with ISAF's members at the conference. What came through strongly to us when talking to MNAs was the need to make it very simple for their members to quickly and efficiently get from us a price and plan for any transportation they require."

"Therefore, we are now writing to every ISAF MNA to give them a 'button' for their website, which will link straight through to PSP. They will then be able to get a quote from us with just the click of a button."

At the seminar delegates heard from a number of leading dinghy manufacturers on the merits and suitability of their boats for sail training and grass roots development.

But knowing what boats are available is only the first step - you have to get them to where you want them and that's where Frank shared his expert knowledge.

He explained how simple this can be by working with PSP, whose expertise and superior customer service takes the complexities of shipping logistics away.

To find out more about Frank's talk at the conference visit or call the marine office on +44 (0)1489 565577.

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