Marshall Group

Marshall Group

Founded in 1909 as an automobile company in Cambridge, Marshall entered the aviation business in 1929. The Marshall Group, still a privately owned company, is chaired by Alex Dorrian CBE since Sir Michael Marshall moved to the role of President in October 2016. Robert Marshall, the fourth generation of the Marshall family, became Group Chief Executive in 2012.

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Address: Cambridge Airport, Newmarket Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB5 8RX
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.marshallgroup.co.uk
Membership type:Founder Member (£5,000+VAT pa)

Founded in 1909, the Marshall Group now has an annual turnover in excess of £1.5 billion and approximately 5,000 employees.

Headquartered on an 900 acre site in Cambridge, UK, the Group operates worldwide in the fields of aerospace, military land systems and fleet management; together with a network of over 100 franchised automotive dealerships in the UK.

The Group of Companies currently has an employment approaching 4000 working in the fields of Aerospace Engineering, Specialist Vehicle Design and manufacture, Engineering Consultancy Skills for Military Rapid Mobility Solutions and Hospitals, Motor Car Sales and Service, Truck and Refrigerated Transport Sales and Service, and  Property Ownership and Management.

Marshall is very active in the training arena, and in addition to providing spare capacity to local companies, The Marshall Group provides direct sponsorship of three local schools (Teversham C of E Primary School, Coleridge Community College, and Bottisham Village College) and support to other schools. The company is also the sponsor of The Sir Arthur Marshall Institute of Aeronautics within Cambridge University Engineering Department.

Marshall Land Systems (MLS)

Marshall Land Systems (MLS)

MLS was formed to bring together the ‘Land Systems’ side of the Marshall Group. MLS incorporates Marshall Specialist Vehicles (MSV), Marshall Vehicle Engineering (MVE), Marshall SDG (MSDG) and Marshall Fleet Solutions (MFS).

Cambridge International Airport

Cambridge International Airport

Owned and operated by the Marshall Group of Companies since 1937 it is the International airport for Cambridge, Peterborough and the East of England, one of the UK’s fastest growing regions, renowned for education, technology and innovation.

Martlet

Martlet

Martlet is the investment arm of the Marshall of Cambridge group, providing small (initially £10K to £100K) sums of capital for early-stage technology start-ups that are located in the UK, with a bias towards Cambridge and East Anglia.

Marshall Motor Holdings plc

Marshall Motor Holdings plc

Marshall Motor Group is a Top 10 dealer group and the second largest privately owned dealer group in the UK. Since the beginning of 2009, Marshall Motor Group has added 22 businesses to the Group and has added 7 additional brands to its portfolio.

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group

Marshall Aerospace is the United Kingdom’s leading independent aerospace company and is renowned and respected worldwide for its quality of service, engineering excellence, flexibility and reliability.

Marshall announces appointment of new Chief Executive

Marshall of Cambridge has today announced the appointment of a new Chief Executive at its wholly‐owned subsidiary, Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group.

15 December 2016Read in full

 The MOU was signed by Steve Fitz-Gerald(r) and Paul Hutton

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group signs MoU with Cranfield Aerospace Solutions

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has signed a memorandum of understanding with Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, owned by Cranfield University.

1 December 2016Read in full

RAF renews its emergency arrestor gear support contracts

RAF renews its emergency arrestor gear support contracts

The Royal Air Force is renewing its support contracts for fixed and deployable emergency arrestor gear on its military airfields around the world. Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has been awarded two such contracts.

18 October 2016Read in full

Irish Defence Forces take delivery of two armoured trucks

Irish Defence Forces take delivery of more EOD vehicles

The Irish Defence Forces have taken delivery of two more MAN HX 60 4 x 4 armoured trucks fitted with Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group’s armoured shelter for their Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) units.

23 August 2016Read in full

Lockheed Martin Hercules C-130

Marshall celebrates 50 years of supporting the RAF’s C-130 fleet

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group is celebrating 50 years of supporting the UK's Royal Air Force fleet of Lockheed Martin Hercules C-130s.

7 July 2016Read in full

Sir Michael Marshall stands down as Chairman

Sir Michael Marshall stands down as Chairman of Marshall

Sir Michael Marshall has announced that he will be standing down as Chairman of the Board and as a Director of Marshall of Cambridge on 1st October 2016.

2 June 2016Read in full

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Marshall Aviation Services exhibits at EBACE 2016

Marshall Aviation Services, part of the Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, is exhibiting at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE 2016) this week (Geneva, 24th-26th May, 2016).

24 May 2016Read in full

Acropolis Aviation appoints Marshall as prime MRO provider for its ACJ

Acropolis Aviation, one of Europe’s leading luxury air charter companies, announced today that it has contracted Marshall Civil Aerospace, part of the Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, as its prime maintenance contractor.

23 May 2016Read in full

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group celebrates a decade in Canada

Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group is celebrating the tenth anniversary of the opening of its first office in Canada; in Abbotsford, British Columbia.

17 May 2016Read in full

Marshall wins multi-million pound Hercules contract

Marshall wins multi-million pound Hercules contract

A £369 million contract to support the Royal Air Force’s fleet of C-130 Hercules transport aircraft has been awarded by the Ministry of Defence. The deal will see Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, Lockheed Martin and Rolls-Royce, who jointly deliver the Hercules Integrated Operational Support (HIOS), provide continued support for the C-130J fleet until 2022.

1 January 2016Read in full

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