MFC are delighted to extend our Gold Partnership agreement with LV Shipping & Transport.

The international logistics provider is celebrating a century of being a key player within their industry. Established in the Netherlands and still an independent, privately owned company, LV Shipping now have 38 offices across 14 countries. The company promotes a focus on long-term relationships with clients and building partnerships for progress.

One such partnership is with the Boro - LV Shipping & Transport have a long-standing relationship with MFC, having been one of the club’s partners for a number of years.

LV Shipping & Transport's UK flagship facility has been in Teesside since 1986, a historic year for both parties. The team are able to offer an extensive range of dedicated services including: freight forwarding, road haulage, Scandinavian trailer services, air freight, sea freight, customs management, chartering and ships agency, project logistics, export packing and a pallet network.

MFC Head of Commercial Lee Fryett said: “We’ve had a terrific relationship with LV Shipping and Transport over the years and we’re delighted to be part of their centenary celebrations.

“LV have always enjoyed the hospitality facilities on offer at the Riverside and we can’t wait to welcome them back for the new season.” 

The LV Shipping & Transport branding will be seen on both LED and big screen advertising at the ground and they will also be able to enjoy a return to entertaining clients in their executive box at the Riverside.

Garry Burnip, General Manager at LV Shipping, Middlesbrough said: “In what is a big year for LV Shipping, celebrating 100 years in business and also the 35th Anniversary of our Middlesbrough Office, we are delighted to build on our brilliant relationship with Middlesbrough Football Club.

"We are extremely proud of this partnership that has provided us with opportunities to grow our existing relationships and allowed us to form new ones.

"After a challenging year for everyone, we are looking forward to getting back to supporting the Boro at the Riverside and promoting our fantastic area, Teesside, to a global audience.”