The Annual Members’ Transport Awards, now in its 13th year, has again showcased the major success and best practise that is taking place within the freight industry.
Organised by Transport Exchange Group, operator of the largest and fastest-growing freight trading platforms – Courier and Haulage Exchange – the event celebrated the greatest achievements amongst over 3,500 courier and haulage member businesses over the past year.
The ceremony took place at the prestigious St John’s Hotel in Solihull Warwickshire, with awards presented in front of over 300 industry professionals and business leaders, making the event the best networking opprtunity of the year for Exchange members and their business partners.
The winners of the four award categories were nominated and voted for by the members of Courier Exchange and Haulage Exchange in recognition of their outstanding achievement in terms of customer service, operational performance and delivery success:
New Member of the Year – eCity Couriers UK Ltd
Sponsored by: Bibby Financial Services
Owner Driver of the Year – Amrik Bains
Sponsored by: TomTom Telematics
European Member of the Year – Simpex Express Ltd
Sponsored by: Freightlink
Company of the Year – MAK Couriers Ltd
Sponsored by: One Insurance Solution
Lyall Cresswell, Managing Director of Transport Exchange Group commented: “The Transport Awards is designed to appreciate the excellent service that our members provide. With more than 3,500 active members on the Exchange the event brings together a community of like-minded organisations who represent the best of the logistics sector. I would like to congratulate the winners of this year’s awards and thank everyone that has contributed to such an excellent event.”
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