Entries for the Motor Transport Awards 2018 are open now as the countdown begins to 4 July and the biggest night in road transport.
Tesco fleet engineer Caroline Milnes might have had little truck experience, but she and her team are obviously doing something right.
Ray Ashworth had an illustrious career at DAF Trucks but it was his work to improve the industry’s image, promote career opportunities and develop apprenticeships that won over the judges.
This year’s winner of the Haulier of the Year award was Wincanton, the UK’s largest logistics operator, which has seen a remarkable turnaround in performance after a difficult few years.
Hermes bagged the Operational and Compliance Excellence award for its client and compliance-focused technology.
Winner of the Safety in Operation Award this year was Palletline for its exceptional attitude towards keeping its staff and customers safe.
Temperature-controlled storage and distribution firm McCulla (Ireland) serves the UK, Ireland and the continent and secured this year’s award for its flexible, innovative performance.
Fifty years ago Volvo came to the UK. What better way to mark its half century than the FH winning the prestigious Fleet Truck of the Year award?
Winner of the Team of the Year award was Pall-Ex, which has undergone a period of change and renewal bringing it back to the top of its game.
John Lewis Partnership has a long-term plan to see its entire fleet run on biomethane by 2025.