Friend Partnership is geared up to help our logistics clients keep things moving. With expertise from warehousing to transport, we bring accountancy, business advisory and tax advice to support you throughout your journey.

Logistics company Case Study
Logistics company based in Birmingham, West Midlands

A warehousing solutions and specialist distribution company based in the Midlands have been working with Friend for over 30 years. One of the directors explains his relationship with Friend and the support they have received:

“I have been working with Malcolm Friend and Friend Partnership Limited for nearly 30 years. The firm has supported and advised my current company, and me personally, for over 30 years.

“I am advised and supported by individuals who understand my business and not by changing individuals in a ‘faceless’ firm where the corporate account would simply be another name on a list. I want, and value, the personal contact with Malcolm. I know that I can speak to them at any time about my business and personal financial affairs.

“I value the contact I have with the partners and staff at Friend. I trust their practical and commercial advice which is unfettered by personal opinions. The team at Friend have never let me down and have always been on hand with advice and guidance on a wide range of matters which I have had to address over the years.”

Malcolm has advised the client on a range of matters, including: business development, finance raising, property purchases and sales along with a host of operational issues.

Considered advice

“I have a conservative approach to tax planning and Friend’s views on this topic have been liberating and have enabled me to undertake personal and corporate tax planning without fear of HMRC’s knock on the door. Their approach has enabled me to consider tax planning secure in the knowledge that all matters will have been taken in to account.”

“Friend have proved to me that an independent firm with quality partners and staff will trump a large practice every time.”

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