ADD Express adds Stay Home message to its livery - 2

A West Yorkshire haulier has introduced new livery on its trailers to promote the government's ‘stay at home’ message.

ADD Express, based in Elland, has added the important directive to the back doors of its trucks to support the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.

Part of the Pall-Ex network of hauliers, the company is keeping vital supplies on the move, with MD Dave Fairbrother, and operations director, Mark Dunne, both getting behind the wheel to deliver essential goods.

“While we are keeping the wheels of industry turning, we thought we would get the message out there at the same time," Fairbrother explained. "We’re out on the road around the clock, so it’s an easy way for us to show our support.

“We’re a key link in the UK supply chain and we’re all proud to be playing our part.

“It’s an incredibly challenging time, but it remains a proper team effort here at ADD Express. Along with our incredible drivers, I’ve been out trucking, delivering food supplies and Mark has been out in the van delivering essential goods.

“We owe GQ Signs a thank you for their support with getting this completed and on the road so quickly.”

ADD, along with the entire Pall-Ex network have joined over 700 logistics businesses to put their combined fleet of 23,500 vehicles at the government’s disposal - supporting the movement of any urgent medical equipment or supplies on a non-profit basis to help tackle the crisis and get essential goods to front line workers.

The move is headed by the Association of Pallet Networks (APN). Between them they have 30,000 employees, over 750 depots and offer 100% national coverage by postcode.

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