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A LOGISTICS expert is using the feminine touch to more than double the turnover at a long-established Wolverhampton company.

Sue Chew, who has a long history of working in the automotive supply chain, has invested a five-figure sum to take over RPM Couriers and has already relocated to a new facility in D'Urberville Road.

She is now turning her attention to investing in a fleet of new vans and is taking on five new employees in a bid to take turnover past the pounds 300,000 mark.

"When I was growing up, I always wanted to eventually be my own boss," she said.

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ON THE MOVE... entrepreneur Sue Chew, who has taken over RPM Couriers, of Wolverhampton.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:May 26, 2006
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