The Fortec Distribution Network has become an associate member of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (Fors), TfL’s London-based accreditation scheme. Fortec said that while associate status recognised its commitment to sustainable distribution within the capital, it would be making use of the experiences gained via the scheme throughout its national network. Chris Dennigan, network support manager at Fortec, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded Fors associate status, which shows our commitment to raising the standards of safety and […]
A year after taking on the role of commercial director at pallet network Fortec, after 13 years looking after the finances, Marcus Fischer reflects: “It’s been an interesting 12 months. We have taken the next big step in Fortec’s evolution. Our MD Neil Hodgson and I spent 2012 refining the network and creating a solid business. My new role helps take Fortec on the next stage of its journey.”
Premier Logistics has signed a two-year contract with Capitol Tiles, which said it expected its deal with the haulier to “dramatically reduce” damage it had previously seen with pallet networks.
Worksop, Nottinghamshire road access equipment provider TPA Portable Roadways has become the 3,000th company accredited to the Fors scheme, which was rolled out nationally earlier this year.