Preparations are now over and the Annual Member’s Transport Awards event will kick off at 6.15pm this Saturday for the 9th consecutive year running.
The event will be taking place at the prestigious Chesford Grange Hotel in Warwickshire, to celebrate all your hard work and outstanding achievements in the Freight Transport Industry. With over 300 companies and owner drivers attending, the Transport Exchange Group’s Annual Transport Awardsare a great opportunity for networking, getting new business contacts and catching up with old ones and also a unique platform to sponsor the Awards and make a lasting impression on the TEG community by showcasing your business.
This year, for the first time, members were able to vote for the winners in the following four categories:
Prior the event, from 3.30pm the TEG team invites all members and non-members to and informative seminar to discuss the new platform and present all the new features, giving members some handy advice regarding the Courier Exchange Mobile App and give you an update about integration with tracking and telematics providers.
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