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.
|Address:||Cambridge Airport, Newmarket Road, Cambridge|
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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 Fleet Solutions (MFS) is one of the UK’s largest mobile transport refrigeration and tail lift networks and is one of the largest Thermo King dealers in Europe.
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 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 is an independent public company quoted on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange. Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited is the majority shareholder in Marshall Motor Holdings plc.
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group is the UK’s largest independent aerospace and defence company and is respected and trusted worldwide for its expertise in civil, military and commercial aircraft and defence solutions.
Marshall Group Properties owns and is responsible for 364 hectares (approx. 900 acres) of land, which includes the Cambridge Airport site, as well as land holdings adjacent to the airport.
Are you a nervous flyer? Do you get anxious at the very thought of stepping onto an aeroplane? Do you dream of effortlessly and without worry stepping onto your business or holiday flight, being able to relax whilst the preflight checks are being carried out and the aircraft is pushed back to taxi to the runway? This can be a reality!
2 April 2015Read in full
Marshall Motor Holdings has today confirmed its flotation. The London Stock Exchange this morning announced the group had completed its initial public offering, which values the business at £115.1 million.
31 March 2015Read in full
Schoolboy Alex Manders, 16, has made his first solo flight in a Cessna 172 of the Cambridge Aero Club from Cambridge Airport! Still not old enough to drive a car, Alex, who lives at Sawston, took his first major step into a future career in aviation by flying solo at the earliest age the Civil Aviation Authority will allow.
25 March 2015Read in full
Cambridge International Airport today welcomed the inaugural departure of new SUN-AIR flights to Sweden’s second biggest city – Gothenburg. Anglo-Swedish company AstraZeneca has prominent facilities in both locations and has been instrumental in launching the new flights.
3 March 2015Read in full
Leading tour operator Inghams adds Chambery in the French Alps to its list of departures from Cambridge International Airport.
20 February 2015Read in full
Cambridge International Airport today welcomed the announcement that SUN-AIR will be launching scheduled services from Cambridge to Gothenburg, Sweden, set up in conjunction with AstraZeneca to connect its staff in the two cities.
17 February 2015Read in full
The Marshall LaunchPad Scholarship Team would like to thank everybody who attended the programme's launch event last week.
28 January 2015Read in full
Marshall Aviation Services, the business aviation-focused arm of the Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, announced today it is widening its expertise into the FBO arena. It has secured the executive aviation handling facility (FBO) at Birmingham Airport and will formally open for business under the Marshall Aviation Services name within the next few months.
27 January 2015Read in full