As a specialist courier on the Crown Commercial Service Framework, Topspeed have grown their organisation transporting sensitive, forensic and dangerous goods from a £1.5 million turnover business to £4.5 million in just four years.
They work for public sector organisations including; DEFRA, The Home Office, Ministry of Defence and the NHS. Their private sector work includes clients from manufacturing, engineering, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Dave Turner, Managing Director at Topspeed commented, “we were sad to leave Knutsford after almost seven years, however our new Operations Hub in Winsford will enable us to continue to provide a UK service and give us the opportunity to further grow. By staying in Cheshire, we have been able to retain our valued team and continue to benefit from the extensive road and motorway infrastructure that runs through our county. We are looking forward to meeting our neighbours over the coming weeks and months as we settle into our new home in Winsford.”
The Topspeed journey has always been Cheshire based. Set up in 1985 by CEO Steve Clegg in Alderley Edge, they spent some time in Macclesfield, then Higher Poynton before they moved to Parkgate Industrial Estate in Knutsford.
Andy Devaney, Business and Innovation Director at Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub said “Topspeed Couriers are a classic Cheshire success story and It is fantastic that they have decided to continue their growth journey in Winsford. The Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub look forward to working with Topspeed alongside the business team at Cheshire West and Chester Council to support them in their new location.”
"we were sad to leave Knutsford after almost seven years, however our new Operations Hub in Winsford will enable us to continue to provide a UK service and give us the opportunity to further grow"
Dave Turner, Managing Director
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