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Geoff Tomlinson

Managing Director


Gethin Worgan

General Manager


Miff Tomlinson

HR Co-ordinator


Keith Davies

International Sales & Development Manager

Chris Lacey

Chris Lacey

European Sales Manager

Mike Hosking

Mike Hosking

Air & Sea Freight Supervisor Manager


David Lewis

International Co-ordinator


Rhys Sutcliffe

UK Traffic Supervisor


Caitlin Miles

Operations Administrator


Lesley Hill

Admin Team


Jade Beddis

Admin Team


Andrea O'Neil

Financial Controller


Mike Tomlinson


FSEW has been awarded the contract to become the official logistical supplier of the Welsh Government's attendance at the Smithsonian Event in Washington DC, USA.

Over one hundred Welsh participants will be taking place in the event, displaying Welsh culture and heritage as well as promoting Wales to the World.

FSEW was awarded the contract due to the innovative and flexible approach in collecting participant's items. Multiple collections, warehouse consolidating, packing and shipping to the USA, were all part of the project requirements.

One particular item is a National heritage 16ft Sailing Boat, one of only two in the World that had recently been refurbished by a restorer based in Penarth, South Wales. The Operation in collecting, packaging and shipping this very sensitive and historical item, was of prime importance. Utilising new, innovative and bespoke packaging systems ensured the safe and secure transit of this Boat inside the container. Our passion, commitment and approach to clients individual requirements, is paramount in the efficient operation of such a projects.

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Brief: For its 'Big Hands' advertising campaign to promote the launch of its new Nikon 1 camera, Nikon asked Specialist Models in Cardiff to create a collection of giant hands which would appear simultaneously in eight cities across Europe. A big part of the brief was the necessary element of surprise in the statues suddenly appearing in busy locations, as if out of nowhere. They turned to FSEW who they felt had the necessary experience to help them deliver the campaign to Nikon's high standards.

Outcome: Working closely with Specialist Models, FSEW devised a schedule which enabled them to transport the giant hands safely across Europe, arriving in the desired city centre locations, such as, Covent Garden, Milan, Stockholm, Berlin, Paris, Warsaw & Zurich at exactly 4am. They also took care of all international customs paperwork and local government formalities to ensure safe passage.

Once they reached their destination the Specialist Models team were able to erect the statues undercover before revealing them. The campaign caused a worldwide stir and ensured that the launch of the Nikon 1 was an internet sensation.

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