New Evolution Website Launches

Jul 23, 2019

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Evolution Forwarding is proud to announce the launch of our new website, which we believe provides a clearer message of who we are and what we offer. The website boasts a cleaner design, more information and a consistent site-wide navigation system with improved menu functionality. It is also fully responsive with mobile devices to improve your browsing experience.

Our intention is to keep our website current and to ensure it remains informative. Over the coming weeks we will continue to blog and publish news relating to dangerous goods and logistics and will be sharing these articles on our social media channels, so please make you sure you follow us.

Now our site has been updated, our next web projects include the progression of our online training and dangerous goods quote developments, which we will bring you more information about in the future.

We hope you enjoy browsing our new website as much as we have enjoyed creating it.

 

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