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Harbour Signs up to Armed Forces Covenant

Harbour Freight has signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant, which recognises the contribution that Service personnel make to both our organisation and the wider community.

The Covenant, which is part of a nationwide promise from the nation, means that Harbour undertakes to recognise the service made the Armed Forces community, including measures which can include setting up support networks for veterans and offering additional paid leave for reservists.

Armed Forces Covenant signed by Harbour Freight

The scheme can also involve working with organisations such as the Career Transition Partnership to find positions for leavers where their talents can be fully utilised in the wider workforce.

Harbour, as a Pall-Ex Shareholder Member, is proud to have signed the Covenant as a Bronze Member, and going forward, our policies and procedures include provision to support all members of the Armed Forces community.

Steve Swinburn, Harbour MD, said "we are delighted to be a supporter of the Covenant, and look forward to working with Pall-Ex to recognise our Service personnel."


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