Aztek Logistics has retained the FORS Gold standard for the fifth consecutive year.
The Hertfordshire-based Pallet-Track member has also retained the FORS Bronze award as part of its annual compliance audit.
Aztek's ongoing fleet expansion has included nine new FORS Gold standard trucks including MAN tractor units, new MAN 18-tonne rigids and its first 18-tonne Volvo rigids.
This follows a series of investments across the business, including the opening of a fifth warehouse, taking its storage space to 140,000sq ft.
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“Retaining the Gold and Bronze standards presents a major boost for the business – and we already hold the Silver accreditation,” said MD Stuart Charter.
“It is important, as we tender for new business, to be the best that we can be. The awards are testament to the hard work of the team, particularly operations manager Duncan Pannell, who has worked tirelessly with all of our team to ensure our compliance was up to the required level to meet the challenges.
“But there is no rest in this business and, with Silver up for renewal next year, we will seek to maintain our unblemished record across all of our health and safety and environmental commitments.”