Campeys of Selby has won its biggest contract to date after signing a three-year deal with construction products manufacturer BEWI to become its exclusive logistics provider.
The haulier has been working with the business for the last two years and it has a significant 3PL on-site presence, with 20 trucks, 40 trailers and a planning team integrated into the customer site.
With access to customer systems, the team helps manage orders, consolidating goods into full loads and running smaller consignments through the Palletforce network.
Campeys said its focus on providing sustainable transport solutions, decarbonising its distribution operations and a commitment to be net zero by 2030 helped seal the deal.
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Currently, over 10% of Campeys’ fleet is powered by non-fossil fuels, including bio-CNG which offers a 90% reduction in carbon emissions over traditional diesel.
Harry Campey, Campeys of Selby commercial and operations director, said: “Our growing reputation for being a truly environmentally aware operator and our commitment to decarbonisation was a key aspect of winning this significant contract with BEWI.
“We’re investing right across the business to help meet our net zero aspirations and it’s clear that environmental improvement is helping to strengthen our commercial proposition."