Johnston Logistics UK

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Johnston Logistics UK

Certified AA BRC Global Standard for Storage & Distribution

Johnston Logistics UK provides a wide range of professional third party logistics (3PL) services from our 130-acre site in Snetterton, Norfolk. We are certified with AA BRC global standard for storage and distribution and offer HMRC bonded warehousing, general warehousing, customs warehousing, ecommerce fulfilment, pick and pack plus a range of added value services.

While we carry out 1 million transactions every year and have around 400,000 pallets moving through 640,000 sq ft of warehousing, we are always conscious of maintaining the family heritage the company has been built on since 1978. As a result, all of our customers receive a truly first class and personal service from people who always demonstrate a ‘can do’ attitude and who provide a truly flexible service. Customers see us an extension of their operations rather than an external supplier.


Find out why our clients love us

We have been associated with Johnston Logistics for several years and have developed an excellent working relationship with all of their staff. We pride ourselves on our professional approach and ability to react to our customers’ needs. It’s vital to our service offering that we have a logistics partner with the same customer-focused attitude – and, in Johnston’s, we have such a partner.

Neil Vaughan, Kettle Foods – premium snackfood manufacturer

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