Abnormal loads operator Gundel & Son Transport Services has become the 300th FORS gold member. The gold status is the top level members can achieve in the national fleet accreditation scheme, which requires firms to demonstrate significant energy savings and high operational standards. Mansfield-based Gundel & Son has been operating for more than 30 years and specialises in the transportation of abnormal loads and mechanical handling. It runs a fleet of six trucks, two vans, and 10 trailers. Kevin Gundel, […]
Operators will be charged for Fors membership from later this year, although the exact cost has not yet been revealed.
Materials and construction firm Tarmac has retained its FORS accreditation, allowing it to continue auditing its entire UK and subcontractor fleet.
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