DHL Supply Chain has hit back at union accusations that it sent drivers out last week in conditions that put their safety at risk. The company’s depot in Westfield, Cumbernauld, was accused by Unite Scotland of sending drivers out despite police and Government travel warnings. A spokesperson for DHL said: “The events in question relate to the period from Wednesday to Thursday and have been misreported. “Our drivers left the depot during an amber warning and each was briefed prior […]
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