Maritime Transport has reported a major reduction in total incidents since 2018 as it continues to invest in and improve its safety performance. The business employs over 2,000 drivers covering 130,000,000 miles per annum and insists road safety remains an utmost priority. The company rewarded drivers in December with annual bonuses in excess of £1.4m, averaging around £500 per driver. Read more Maritime’s East Midlands Gateway on track for completion Maritime orders 330 Scania Highline tractor units TfL urges operators […]
Maritime has put in an order for 330 Scania tractor units, with 260 scheduled for delivery before the end of the year.
Nick Matthews, formerly MD of Roadways Container Logistics, has joined Pentalver as general manager of its Cannock operation just weeks after Roadways was bought by Maritime Transport.
The interview with Maritime Transport Group MD John Williams takes place in the company’s impressive new head office overlooking the port of Felixstowe in Suffolk. The four-storey building is lavishly appointed with marble and granite everywhere – even in the drivers’ luxurious shower room – but Williams is quick to point out that despite appearances everything was built to a budget.