Entries have now closed for the 33rd Motor Transport Awards so thank you to everyone who took the time to enter this year. The shortlist will be announced on Monday 15 April. Tables at the awards are filling up fast now so if you haven’t booked yours yet, you can do so by clicking the button below. Tables are placed in the room on a first come, first served basis so for the best positions be sure to book early.
DPD When DPD approached major customers for feedback on its performance the message came back loud and clear – deliver those “tiny noticeable things” which, as one chief executive explained, “separates the truly great companies from the rest.” To that end, DPD launched its Tiny Noticeable Things campaign aimed at creating a more personal home delivery service. First it turned to its consumers, asking them, via its DPD customer app, what additional services they would like. Ideas came thick and […]
John Lewis Partnership (JLP) has committed to a carbon-zero commercial vehicle fleet by 2045. To deliver reductions in CO2 emissions in the interim, it is working towards moving away from fossil fuels and aims to make the entire fleet fossil fuel-free by the early 2030s. The fleet currently includes 600 heavy trucks, 750 refrigerated trailers, 1,750 home delivery vans and light trucks, and 20 farm vehicles. JLP began trials of two Waitrose-branded, biomethane-fuelled Scania 4×2 tractors in 2016, followed by […]
Motor Transport TV, sponsored by the RHA, is proud to bring you interviews with the winners of the 2018 Motor Transport Awards – as soon as they got off the stage. The first winner on the night was Bradford-based Expect Distribution, winner of Safety in Operation. Watch the video to see them being interviewed by Rachel Riley. Safety in Operation, sponsored by Zenith HGV & Specialist Vehicles Winner: Expect Distribution