Doing Our Bit for the Veterans

A local haulage company’s help with security during this year’s Armistice Day parade is just one example of the industry’s important role in the community.

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Holding the Line

Bedfordshire Haulage Ltd provided security support to the veterans marching in this year

This local haulage company is just another prime example of the industry

Charity on the Move

The opportunities for a haulage company to become involved in charity work are endless. Stories of individual lorry drivers identifying and addressing a need in the community are abundant. Larger shipping and logistics companies frequently back their employees

The PDF (Professional Drivers Foundation) also helps to ensure assistance if one of its members falls on hard times. Looking after

Needs Big and Small

On a larger scale, the trucking industry has proven to be an invaluable participant in charity work. Back in 2012, the UK-based charity Transaid sent vehicles, funds and many workers with a valuable job skill.

Across the pond in the United States, the freight industry also proved their stars as they stepped up to the plate to provide aid to hurricane victims during the past few months. Large quantities of medical supplies and food were needed across a huge geographical area, and the most obvious solution was to utilise the expertise of those who know the roads best. Although large freight vehicles are seen as a haulage company

Quiet Pride

A favourite complaint of the road-going public generally involves the inconvenience of coexisting with large 18-wheelers on a regular basis. We

However, most of those who are quick to criticise have little awareness of the important role that the transportation sector, and even a single-vehicle haulage company, have in the community, both in times of ease and during a crisis. Lorry drivers will continue to be the unsung heroes of the road, because that is simply their way.

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Norman Dulwich is a Correspondent for Haulage Exchange, the leading online trade network for the road transport industry. Connecting professionals across the UK and Europe through their website, Haulage Exchange provides services for matching a haulage company or self-employed driver with jobs in road transport and haulage work. Over 4,800 transport exchange businesses are networked together through their website, trading jobs and capacity in a safe ''wholesale'' environment.

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Date: 12/11/2017 - 09:07
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